Marcus Knight

Marcus Knight

Marcus Knight (aka “The Scuba Monkey”) first dived during the ‘90s and was bitten by the scuba bug. During the years that followed, Marcus became absorbed in diving and, today, is a Master Instructor for both PADI and SSI.

With over a decade as a professional diver, Marcus has lived and taught
scuba around the world, including Australia, Asia, the Mediterranean Sea and the wreck heaven of Scapa Flow in the Orkney Islands. Check out his website here.

Stories by Marcus
Advanced Open Water
Training In the Water

Training Fundamentals: Taking Your PADI Advanced Open Water Course

The PADI Advanced Open Water course has always been the logical next step after completing your PADI Open Water Diver course. Recently revised, it now has even more to offer

natural navigation underwater
Training In the Water

Natural Navigation Underwater

Familiar sites or those with distinctive landmarks offer the opportunity to improve your skills at natural navigation underwater.

Scuba Cylinders
Training In the Water

When Scuba Cylinders Go Bad

Of all our equipment, we often overlook our scuba cylinders the most. But when scuba cylinders have problems, there are often disastrous consequences.

Proper weighting when diving
Training In the Water

Training Tips: Proper Weighting When Diving

Achieving proper weighting when diving is one of the key aspects of being a proficient and capable scuba diver.

New stuff

Fiji Siren Lost at Sea

In a still-developing story, Worldwide Dive and Sail has confirmed that the Fiji Siren has been lost at sea, luckily with no loss of life.
by Rebecca Strauss
Wakatobi Dive Resort

Top of the Reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort

You don’t need to go deep at Wakatobi Dive Resort to see something spectacular.
by Guest Author

Shearwater Landing on Deepblu Connect

Leading Innovative Tech Diving Company becomes the Third to Integrate
by Press Release
dive against debris

What is Dive Against Debris?

Diving against debris not only has the obvious positive effects for marine life and our ocean but is also now helping drive policy changes for a cleaner future.
by Hayley-Jo Carr