The Oceanic+ App dropped today for Apple Watch Ultra, turning it into a powerful dive computer. Here’s SDL CEO Nadia Aly’s review.
The Red Sea is famous for sightings of oceanic whitetips, or Carcharhinus longimanus — but there’s so much more to this world-class dive destination.
Breaking news—the luxury liveaboard Socorro Vortex has run aground in the remote Revillagigedo Archipelago with no loss of life. The…
With dive trips on the horizon, we’ve got a lot of new gear to check out. Here we’re unboxing the Cressi Donatello dive computer.
We may have a problem when it comes to buying dive masks. Check our review of the new Cressi A1 and F-Dual masks, great additions to the growing collection.
The iconic Darwin’s Arch collapses in the Galapagos today in front of divers on the Galapagos Aggressor III.
The ongoing worldwide Covid-19 outbreak has undoubtedly begun to influence divers and plans for dive travel around the world. DAN has issued some advice.
If you can believe it, I thought I’d get bored cage diving with great whites in Guadalupe. I’m the kind…
Some places are so legendary that they’ve reached a near mythical status in the dive community. Cocos Island, Costa Rica is just such a place.
Before visiting Cocos Island in Costa Rica there are few things you should know to make your trip easier. Here’s our handy Q&A to prepare you for the trip.
Some places seem to exist in your imagination long before you actually see them. The Golden Triangle of Jordan — Wadi Rum, Aqaba and Petra — was one of those places for me.
Acclaimed PADI Instructor Trainer Andy Phillips is missing and presumed dead after a diving accident on June 11 in the St. Lawrence River in Canada
There are 16 miles of coastline along the Gulf of Aqaba in Jordan, and the Red Sea Dive Center just south of the city offers access to all the best dive sites.
Good news coming out of Canada: the country has passed legislation to ban breeding or keeping cetaceans in captivity — and all single-use plastics by 2021
The Great Barrier Reef occupies a legendary space, not only in divers’ minds, but across popular culture as well. Now’s the perfect time to see it for yourself.
About 30 minutes off the coast of Townsville North Queensland lies the legendary wreck of the SS Yongala, a steamship that went down in 1911 with all passengers lost.
Milne Bay in Papua New Guinea holds some of the country’s best muck diving, and Tawali Dive Resort has access to it all.
Every dive destination needs a guide as comprehensive and lovingly written as “Costa Rica Blue,” which covers what lies under the waves of this Central American paradise.