That water covers over 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, mostly within our oceans, is pretty commonly known.
Though a lot of dive locations offer something for both recreational and technical divers, some spots really come alive if you’ve got a tec certification.
Cephalopods are members of the Mollusca phylum and include such marine creatures as squid, cuttlefish and octopus.
These strange little marine creatures are fascinating to watch, especially their seeming inability to swim or propel themselves efficiently with their dorsal fins, much like boxfish.
We’ve probably all seen some great diving movies, or at least ones that feature underwater action. If you haven’t, or you’re looking for more underwater entertainment, check out our top 7 diving movies.
Many scuba-diving parents want to share their passion with their kids, and diving is also a great activity to learn together if mom and dad aren’t certified yet.
Seeing manta rays is no doubt on many a diver’s bucket list. These large, acrobatic, graceful and harmless marine creatures capture the imagination and hearts of every one who has dived with them — and plenty of those who haven’t yet had the chance.
Anyone who has ever been to Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt will probably have made at least one dive in the Straits of Tiran.