Like the cheetah on land, some marine animals are capable of reaching impressive speeds. What are the ocean’s fastest animals?
Guest Author Lauren Feather
Camouflage can be a critical skill when it comes to underwater survival. Here are our picks for the top eight underwater masters of camouflage.
Although it’s hard to narrow down the list, here are our picks (in no particular order) for the 10 cutest underwater animals.
Although we often look for big animals when we go diving, the ocean’s smallest creatures deserve our attention as well. Here are a few of our favorites.
Although we hesitate to use the word “ugly,” it’s true that some of the ocean’s citizens are less fetching than others. Here then are our picks for the eight ugliest ocean creatures.
Many of us dive with well-known buddies or a dive group, but diving with a dive guide is always a good idea if you’re unfamiliar waters.
Many divers joke that they’d live underwater if they could. These 10 amazing underwater structures help water-lovers get closer to that reality.
You’re about to go diving for the day — but what to bring on a dive boat? Here’s a list of absolute essentials when it comes to proper packing for a day on the water.
As humans, we’re incredibly lucky to hit 100 years of age. But that’s just a drop in the bucket when it comes to the longest living sea creatures.
Although the value of good composition and photography skill shouldn’t be underestimated, editing plays a large part in how good your underwater images turn out.
Hand signals are the most effective means of communication underwater. Do you know which are the most common?
The social-media explosion means our access to amazing underwater images has grown exponentially. Here are 10 of the best underwater Instagrammers you should be following right now.
Although you can spend many thousands of dollars on an underwater camera setup, don’t discount the potential of a good compact camera.
Progressing from a new diver to an instructor in six months is what’s known in the diving industry as going from a “zero to hero.” What are the pros and cons of this method of training?
Once you’ve decided to pursue scuba diving, your next choice may be where in the world to get certified, if not at home. How do you choose the best dive training location?