Author

Trevor Sanford

Writer

Trevor came to diving late after getting a job at a scuba-training agency. He is a Master Scuba Diver and trimix diver with a particular interest in sidemount diving. Having dived in European fresh water, the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Red Sea, he particularly loves Dahab. Next up on his to do list are rebreathers and exploring more mountain lakes and caves.

Stories by Trevor
Lake Lucerne
Dive Locations

Dive Site: Lake Lucerne

Lovely Lake Lucerne is in the central part of Switzerland, surrounded by mountains. What’s it like as a dive site?

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deoxygenation
Conservation News

Deoxygenation in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters

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.

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U.N. Plastic Resolution
Conservation News

U.S., China and India Reject U.N. Plastic Resolution

The United States, China and India have rejected a U.N. resolution calling for targets to tackle ocean-plastic waste

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Calypso Renovations
In the Water News

Calypso Renovations Have Hit a Setback

Those looking forward to the rebirth of Jacques Cousteau’s iconic Calypso will have to wait just a bit longer.

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New stuff
Paralenz

What Makes Paralenz the Best Underwater Action Camera for Divers?

The Paralenz Dive Camera was one of 2017’s biggest innovations in underwater videography. What makes it so special?
by Press Release
Green Sea Turtles

Climate Change May Be Turning 99 Percent of Baby Green Sea Turtles into Females

A warmer external temperature means 99 percent of baby green sea turtles are turning into females, endangering the worldwide population
by Rebecca Strauss
Pufferfish

Stop Puffing Pufferfish

We’ve all seen images of an adorably puffed-up pufferfish, but in reality, divers and divemasters do real harm when they cause these fish to puff up.
by Guest Author
Best Cold Water Scuba Diving

The World’s Best Cold Water Scuba Diving

Don’t let chilly temperatures keep you out of the water. The world’s best cold water scuba diving offers wrecks, crystal-clear visibility, kelp forests, tons of fish and more.
by Yvonne Press