The buoyancy compensation devices (BCD), are the devices that give a scuba diver control with their buoyancy during a scuba dive.
The Hagfish is a unique fish that can literally tie itself into a knot to rid itself of it’s excess slime.
The Pacific Angel Shark looks something like a squashed shark mixed with a ray. This type of shark spends a majority of it’s time on the sea floor, not moving for days, as it is an ambush predator.
The species was not known to exist before 2005, when it was first scientifically described.
Recently there was a design competition for a marine research center in Bali, Indonesia. There were a few companies that pitched.
The experience lets certified divers scuba dive in Epcot’s Living Seas now known as The Seas With Nemo & Friends – 6 million gallon aquarium.
Here’s a wedding idea that gives a whole new meaning to “taking the plunge.”
Cancun’s Underwater Museum had its Grand Opening upon November 26th 2010, finishing the exhibition entitled, “The Silent Evolution.”
The Deep Blue Utila Resort includes a Gold Palm Five Star Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Resort as well…
A huge thanks to Kevin Milstein for writing this guest blog post.
Hopefully it will help you remember to check that your dive boat has pure oxygen on it before you dive.
Have you heard about Nemo 33? Not many have! So what is Nemo 33? Well, it’s the largest and deepest swimming pool in the world.
The humpback whales from the Southern Pacific move from their feeding areas within the Antarctic toward the warm Tonga northern islands every year to give birth and mate.
It’s a common question: can I dive while pregnant? (Snorkeling, as shown in the image, is just fine).
While the reference to underwater diving typically brings to mind the picture of some exotic tropical dive locale, the UK has several exciting dive spots just waiting to be explored by divers like you.
Night diving includes a kind of recreational diving that takes place within total darkness. A diver might view more and will have a different underwater experience in the nighttime due to most marine animals being nocturnal and a diver will be forced to focus on nearby, smaller objects.
Many instructors will softly push a newer diver to conduct the Peak Performance Buoyancy prior to the deep diving within the Advanced Open Water Course.
Wreck diving includes a kind of recreational diving where shipwrecks will be explored. Though many wreck diving locations are at shipwrecks, there’s a rising trend to cut holes in retired ships to develop artificial reef locations.