This is a guest post by Mark Shaw Cornwall is a county of many delights, with a stunning coastline, many…
“Willow the white whale has been causing a splash – after being spotted swimming in a pod of whales. Dan…
Our boat was cruising north from Cairns and we heard from the top deck, “Minkes!!”
Aquatic World has been a PADI shop for more than 30 years. They began as Diving Center of Liverpool (New York) in the 70’s, becoming Aquatic World in the 90’s. They’ve been in their current format since 2003.
Located approximately about 1.5 miles off shore of Grand Bahama Island, west of Silver Point, in just over 100 feet of water lies Theo’s Wreck.
“Freedom Scuba USA is the best-kept diving secret in New York,” says owner and founder Carl Sanfilippo. That might seem like a bold statement, but Carl has a lot to back it up.
We quickly descended to 90 feet. The current was strong as always at the Cantarel Wall, and since we had to make sure we didn’t move an inch away from this spot during the whole dive, everybody took their time to assume the most comfortable and well-protected position at the bottom.
If you want to dive with friendly, man-sized fish, the Cod Hole is the destination for you! Located 240km north of Cairns, on the Great Barrier Reef’s Ribbon Reefs, this dive site is world famous for its friendly family of giant Potato Cod (Epinephelus tukula).
Jellyfish lake is definitely a bucket list item for many! This unique lake is located on Eil Malk Island in Palau.
For those looking for a challenge, marine life and a bit of fun, there’s a boat dive site there called Copper Bluffs and you need to check it out!
The experience lets certified divers scuba dive in Epcot’s Living Seas now known as The Seas With Nemo & Friends – 6 million gallon aquarium.
If any of our readers have been traveling south east Asia and not been to Koh Tao, you have missed out on a great experience.
Cancun’s Underwater Museum had its Grand Opening upon November 26th 2010, finishing the exhibition entitled, “The Silent Evolution.”
The humpback whales from the Southern Pacific move from their feeding areas within the Antarctic toward the warm Tonga northern islands every year to give birth and mate.
For months I had been thinking about the Manta Ray diving adventures in Kona, Hawaii.