Three main factors account for most possible causes of scuba diving accidents: human error, equipment failure, and the environment.
The Saint Chamond cargo ship, also known as “The Train Wreck,” offers divers a unique opportunity to dive both a shipwreck and train wreckage.
Coral reefs are in trouble. But recently, a team of researchers found a new way to attract fish back to degraded reefs: the sound of healthy reefs.
Becoming a self-reliant diver is an important skill, regardless of whether you plan to dive unguided any time in the future.
Anytime the topic of free diving internships comes up in diving forums, it sparks heated debate. Should dive candidates work for free — or not?
Although Coron in the Philippines is most famous for fantastic wreck diving, don’t miss a visit to Barracuda Lake.
We know it’s a broad category, with such a diverse range of animals and geography, but here are our picks for some of the best scuba diving in Mexico.
We all love a good deal, but are bargain dive courses really a bargain? Price isn’t everything when it comes to deciding where to certify.
The sardine run along the South African coast is one of the largest marine-life migrations on earth. Here’s all you need to know about this extraordinary event.
It’s no secret that diving isn’t the most glamorous sport, and those of us with long hair tend to look even more disheveled. Here are our top tips to help tame your diving mane.
When faced with in-water difficulties, divers employ a number of strategies to handle the situation.
What exactly happens to your body and mind when you experience a scuba-related panic episode. And how can you regain control?
In the last of our six-part series on the world’s most dive-able wrecks, we’re highlighting the best wreck diving in Europe.
While protecting yourself from the sun is important, the ocean needn’t suffer as a result. Here are some picks for reef-safe products for body and more.
Seahorses are in trouble, thanks to the home-aquarium trade, traditional Chinese medicine, the curio trade and bycatch. What can be done to save them?
In the fifth of our six-part series on the world’s most dive-able wrecks, we’re highlighting the best wreck diving in the Caribbean.
The reasons why we scuba dive are as unique as the people who enjoy the sport, but researchers have found that long-term well-being is a result of regular diving.
In the fourth of our six-part series on the world’s most dive-able wrecks, we’re highlighting the best wreck diving in the Middle East.