Located in the German state of Thuringia, the dive site of Sundhauser See in the small town of Nordhausen features some unique attractions for divers.
The Zoological Society of London’s (ZSL) famous Edge of Existence program has added sharks and rays to its list of threatened species.
After the sun goes down it’s a whole new world underwater. Here are five great night dive experiences you don’t want to miss.
Lovely Lake Lucerne is in the central part of Switzerland, surrounded by mountains. What’s it like as a dive site?
By now we know of the serious issues caused by plastics in the world’s oceans, but there is another problem facing the planet’s oceans: deoxygenation.
The United States, China and India have rejected a U.N. resolution calling for targets to tackle ocean-plastic waste
Those looking forward to the rebirth of Jacques Cousteau’s iconic Calypso will have to wait just a bit longer.
Launched in 1979, the Swedish-built ferry MS Zenobia capsized and sank near Cyprus on its maiden voyage one year later. Today it makes for a great wreck dive.
Certification giant PADI was sold for $700 million USD to a company called Mandarinfish Holding
Malta’s iconic Azure Window collapsed on March 8 due to a strong storm. What does the site look like now underwater?
Though oceans get much of the attention when it comes to diving, a number of the world’s rivers offer fantastic experiences as well. Here are five top rivers for scuba diving.
The environmental strain on the oceans is massive and well documented, but many organizations worldwide are working hard to protect our seas.
Last week, the deep-sea exploration team aboard the E/V Nautilus brought the world’s cutest squid to our attention. What have they found now?
What do you normally expect to find on a shipwreck? Pirate treasure or artifacts perhaps, but cheese? Some Swedish scuba divers found just that.
Although scuba diving is most frequently associated with the ocean, there are many amazing landlocked sites as well. Here are 10 of the world’s best lake dives.
The Blue Hole, in Dahab, Egypt is one of the most famous of its kind. The site’s famous arch, starting at around 180 feet (55 m), is well out of the range for recreational diving, but it’s accessible to those who take their training a step further.
Surely one of the ocean’s most unique looking marine creatures, large mola mola, or sunfish as they’re sometimes known, can still prove elusive. Here are three of the best places to see them.
A group of Russian divers from the Russian Geographical Society made a 335-foot (102 m) dive below sea ice in the White Sea.