Overuse by tourists at this popular dive destination in Thailand is to blame for the closure of Koh Tachai to all visitors.
The famed explorer’s ship was lost in 1778, but it’s now believed to have been found in U.S. waters.
Bringing all your dive gear on a trip can seem daunting, but by trimming weight, downsizing, and investing in travel-specific dive gear, you’ll create the ultimate dive kit.
A ban on microplastics throughout the EU would represent a great win for oceans and marine life.
One of the island nation’s most famous landmarks has lost an alarming number of jellyfish.
When you think of Germany, scuba diving is most likely not what comes to mind. But even in this nearly landlocked country there are opportunities for scuba diving, particularly if you’re a fan of deep lakes.
Widely criticized product fails to present credible scientific backing for claims that it allows users to breathe underwater sans equipment
Canadian dive-computer manufacturer Shearwater Research made quite a splash in the dive community (pun intended) when it launched the Predator dive computer in the late 2000s. Now the Perdix has arrived, and it boasts a slimmer profile and lower weight.
Reduce your risk of decompression illness by timing your exercise properly.
A new unit of underwater officers has been launched in Malaysia to protect the legendary dive site of Sipadan.
A personal scare inspired a university student in Israel to produce a novel safety gadget with which to contact his buddy.
Although a dive watch is by no means a necessity in today’s age of dive computers, nonetheless many divers still wear them. How do you know what to look for when you’re choosing a dive watch?
An apparently huge marine animal that looks like a combination of a crocodile and an eel has washed up in Australia. But what is it?
Although it’s been more than 150 years since Charles Darwin made the Galapagos Islands famous for its many indigenous species, these remarkable islands are not yet done surprising us.
Malta can add yet another dive-able wreck to its already impressive collection: A Lockheed P2V Neptune.
A new procedure may offer hope for restoring some of the world’s diminished reefs.
New crowdfunded film will take the oceans to the public like never before