Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink will be holding its fourth annual online auction to benefit the Young Survival Coalition…
A new brand partnership advocates for stronger dive industry collaboration to catalyze exploration, ocean awareness, and inclusivity
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Think Pink underwater imaging competition.
Bahrain recently announced that it will launch the world’s largest underwater theme park, which include a sunken, decommissioned Boeing 747.
In June 2018 the nation’s first permanent Underwater Museum of Art (UMA) opened in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Grayton Beach State Park in South Walton, Florida.
The global shark fin trade is one of the greatest threats to shark populations worldwide.
Explorer Ventures Fleet received the first liveaboard membership of the Green Fins initiative, developed and monitored by The Reef-World Foundation.
After a fantastic response with almost 400 entries raising well over $3,000 for breast-cancer research, Dive into the Pink has announced the winners of their photo contest.
SeaLife is introducing its new Sea Dragon 4500 Photo-Video light at the DEMA (Dive Equipment & Marketing Association) trade show in Orlando in early November.
Pros can validate logs and win a COSMIQ in the new DeepBlu campaign “Dive Like a Pro.”
Designed with the help of divers, for divers, the Paralenz Dive Camera is a compact, tough camera with some ground-breaking new features.
The dive season is in full swing. And when it comes to underwater imaging, SeaLife has you covered. Here are our picks for the top five pieces of underwater photo gear for the summer.
Capture all the weird and wacky nighttime colors on the reef with the brand-new SeaLife Sea Dragon Fluoro-Dual Beam.
One of Grand Cayman’s sister islands, Cayman Brac offers fantastic, uncrowded dive sites and a quiet, off-the-beaten-track atmosphere.
Author John Kean tells the tale of a missing era in extreme-deep scuba diving in his new book, “A Walk on the Deep Side.”
After nearly three days of searching, divers have found the body of conservationist and filmmaker Rob Stewart.
The search for Rob Stewart is still ongoing. He went missing around 5pm EST Jan 31st. Multiple search efforts were in force today and here’s what has been learned so far and what you can do to help.
You’ll have no problem capturing the best of the underwater (and topside!) world in 2017 with the brand-new SeaLife Cameras DC2000.