Explorer Ventures Fleet’s biggest sale event of the year is here!
The much anticipated Paralenz Vaquita will have a release date of late July.
Dive into the Pink Announces “Sharing Our Air” Photo Competition
For our beloved family in the diving industry across the world, the impact and disruption from COVID-19 is like nothing we have ever seen before.
Boot Düsseldorf: Paralenz is launching their newest piece of ocean technology. Paralenz Vaquita is an underwater camera packed with impact,…
Paralenz raised $25,950,00 during the company’s Blue Friday campaign. The amount will be donated to marine conservation charity The Reef-World Foundation.
Every Dive Counts: Paralenz launches new brand and mission
Community-driven creator platform Mammalz seeks nature photographers and filmmakers to participate
Explorer Ventures liveaboard fleet announces the addition of two new boats: one in Indonesia and one in the Galapagos
Scientists from the Marine Megafauna Foundation have for the first time used photo IDs to study the elusive smalleye stingray in southern Mozambique.
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink is excited to announce the 3rd annual Think Pink photo competition.
The GoDive app gathers divers’ needs in one place where they can share stories and experiences with other divers around the globe.
Expanding into new waters, the Explorer Ventures Liveaboard Fleet adds an incredible itinerary in the Red Sea and a new yacht in the Maldives.
Beginning in November 2018, the Phinisi, officially called Cheng I Sao, began sailing the waters of the Andaman Sea with four different itineraries in Myanmar and Thailand.
Visit Paralenz at booth 2365 at DEMA in Las Vegas this year to see everything that’s new with the camera built by divers, for divers.
NOAA has introduced a new online portal that offers information on the response to a coral-disease outbreak in Florida
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink announces the second annual Think Pink photo competition.
We have a responsibility to protect the oceans for future generations, and Mission 2020 is just a small part of the dive community’s efforts to achieve this.