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Hurricane Irma
News Conservation In the Water

Hurricane Irma Changes the Seascape in the Florida Keys

Hurricane Irma has changed the underwater landscape of the Florida Keys. But the reef ecosystem is beginning to recover — with a little help.

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Stop Using Straws
Conservation In the Water

Take the Pledge to Stop Using Straws

Straws are a major problem for marine life, among other plastic detritus. Next year, take the pledge to #stopsucking and say no to straws.

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Take 3 For the Sea
Conservation In the Water

Conservation Spotlight: Take 3 For the Sea

In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re chatting with Roberta Dixon-Valk, co-founder of Take 3 for the Sea.

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Sustainable Tourism
Conservation In the Water

Making Sustainable Tourism the Standard in the Dive Industry

2017 was the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development. What does that mean and what has Reef-World done to advance the cause?

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New stuff
Top Spots for Ice Diving

Five Top Spots for Ice Diving

With winter upon us, you may be considering a tropical dive vacation. But instead, don’t fight the cold and try one of our five top spots for ice diving.
by Yvonne Press
Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma Changes the Seascape in the Florida Keys

Hurricane Irma has changed the underwater landscape of the Florida Keys. But the reef ecosystem is beginning to recover — with a little help.
by Guest Author
Cocos Island

Diver Killed by Tiger Shark at Cocos Island

A tiger shark bit and killed a diver at Cocos Island on November 30, as well as injuring the instructor leading the dive.
by Rebecca Strauss
Day at Wakatobi

A Perfect Day at Wakatobi

A perfect day at Wakatobi starts and ends in your luxurious ocean bungalow, and in between, you’ll enjoy the best of the reef underwater and the best of the resort topside.
by Guest Author