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American Samoa

Samoa Creates Shark Sanctuary

Samoa Creates Shark Sanctuary in its Waters

Big Momma

Diving National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa’s Big Momma

National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa

Exploring the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa

3 posts

Anilao, Philippines

Coconut Point

Dive Site: Coconut Point, Anilao, Philippines

Kirby's Rock

Dive Site: Kirby’s Rock, Anilao, Philippines

Anilao Philippines

Diving Anilao, Philippines: Macro Paradise

Depth:15 - 100 ft
Visibility:20 - 60 ft
When to go:Year-round
3 posts

Apo Island, Philippines

Apo Island

Dive Site: Apo Island, Philippines

Depth:10 to 100-plus feet (3 to 30 meters)
Visibility:Can vary but generally pretty good; 50 feet viz when we were there.
When to go:year-round
1 post

Australia

manta bommie

Diving Manta Bommie in Brisbane

best shore dives in Sydney

Best Shore Dives in Sydney

spider crab decimation

Saving the Iconic Australian Giant Spider Crab

Giant Cuttlefish Aggregation in Whyalla (Photo credit: Nadia Aly)

Sex in the Sea: Giant Cuttlefish Aggregation in Whyalla

Tobruk

Diving the ex-HMAS Tobruk in Queensland

Yongala

Diving Australia’s Most Famous Shipwreck: the SS Yongala

underwater photography

Underwater Photography Guide to the Great Barrier Reef

underwater robot

Underwater Robot Delivers Baby Corals to the Great Barrier Reef

Rowley Shoals

Diving Australia’s Hidden Gem: Rowley Shoals

Wolf Rock

Wolf Rock: Australia’s Newest Pelagic Dive Site

Great Barrier Reef Heroes

Great Barrier Reef Heroes

jellyfish of australia

Jellyfish of Australia

coral trees

Coral Trees on the Great Barrier Reef

Scuba Diving Christmas Island

Scuba Diving Christmas Island

Muck Diving in Chowder Bay

Muck Diving in Chowder Bay

Diving the Wreck of the SS Yongala

weedy seadragon

The Weedy Seadragon Research Project

Name Your Own Coral Reef

Name Your Own Coral Reef in Australia

Great Barrier Reef

Turtle Heaven on the Great Barrier Reef

Steve’s Bommie

Dive Site: Steve’s Bommie, Great Barrier Reef

Coral Sea

Top Five Coral Sea Dive Sites

Shark Diving in the Coral Sea

Shark Diving in the Coral Sea

Giant Cuttlefish Gathering in Whyalla

coral reefs

Trials, Recovery, and Vulnerability of our Coral Reefs

Great White

Snorkeler Checked Out by a Great White

spider crab migration

The Great Spider Crab Migration

26 posts

Bali

Dive Site: Blue Lagoon, Padang Bai, Bali

Horrifying Plastic Pollution in Bali

Wakatobi

Effortless Luxury: The Wakatobi Experience

Padang Bai

Dive Site: The Jetty, Padang Bai, Bali, Indonesia

USAT Liberty

Diving the USAT Liberty

5 posts

Barkley Sound

0 posts

Black Coral Garden, Curacao

Black Coral Garden, Curacao

Dive Site: Black Coral Garden, Curacao

Depth:40 to 100 feet (12 to 30 m)
Visibility:100 feet (30 m)
1 post

Blue Bay, Curacao

Depth:30 to 100 feet (9 to 30 m)
Visibility:100 feet (30 m)
Location:Curacao
0 posts

Bonaire

best dive sites in bonaire

The Best Dive Sites in Bonaire

1 post

Borneo

scuba diving in Brunei

Best Scuba Diving in Brunei

Borneo From Below: Episode 28 – From Skies to Sharks in 60 minutes

Borneo From Below: Episode 27 – Small Blue World: Little People, Big Adventures!

Borneo From Below: Episode 26 – Seadragons and Serpents: Dirty Diving in the Semporna Straits

Borneo From Below: Episode 23 — Symbiosis: Outrageous Animal Interactions Underwater

Borneo From Below: Episode 21 – Buck-Toothed and Beach-Building Beauties

Borneo From Below: Episode 25 – Last Stand of the Seahorse

Borneo From Below

Borneo From Below: Episode 20 – Borneo Shark Special

Borneo From Below: Episode 19 – Discover the World of Wreck Diving

Borneo from Below Episode 18: A Day in the Life of an Underwater Cameraman

Borneo From Below Episode 17: Cuttlefish – Colorful, Camouflaged & Charismatic!

Borneo from Below Episode 16: Baby Turtle Volcano

Borneo from Below Episode 15: On Board with the Sea Gypsies

Borneo from Below Episode 14: The coral, culture and caves of Miri

Borneo From Below Episode 13: Turtle Rodeo

Borneo from Below Episode 11: Corals in Crisis

Borneo from Below: Ep 10: Cute Sharks On The Hook

Borneo From Below Episode 9: Photographing a Freak of Nature

Borneo From Below Episode 4: Sea Gypsies Catch Crazy Crustaceans

Borneo from Below Episode 8: Eggstravaganza

Seaventures

Borneo from Below Episode 7 : The Most Unique Dive Resort on Earth

Borneo From Below Episode 6: Crazy Critters in the Muck

Borneo From Below Episode 5: Snakes on a Jetty

Borneo From Below, Episode 02: Teenage Mutant Ninja Sea Slug

Borneo from Below, Episode 1: Landing in Borneo

Borneo From Below – Series Trailer

Depth:3 - 40 metres/10- 130 feet
Visibility:10 - 40 metres/33 - 130 feet
When to go:Year-round, but the Dry Season is March - October
26 posts

California, USA

Invasive Seaweed

Removing Invasive Seaweed Around Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Scuba Diving in San Diego

Best Scuba Diving in San Diego

Gray Whale Surprises Divers

Blue Shark Feeding Frenzy

Bobbing Baby Nautilus Enters the World

More Than 2,000 Sharks Die in San Francisco Bay

SS Cuba

NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: SS Cuba

Winfield Scott

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the SS Winfield Scott

Pomona

NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: Pomona

Newborn and Mother Grey Whale

Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Exploring Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Sin Ship Unveiled by El Niño

12 posts

Canary Islands

Angelsharks "EP6D0354.jpg" by alwayslaurenj is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Diving with Angelsharks in the Canary Islands

How Do Angel Sharks Feed?

2 posts

Cook Islands

Cook Island

Scuba Diving Cook Island, Australia

Protective Humpback Shields Snorkeler

2 posts

Costa Rica

Cocos

Diving Cocos Island with Undersea Hunter

Cocos Island

Cocos Island Q&A

Swimming with Leatherback Turtles in Costa Rica

Ocean Corridor

Proposed Ocean Corridor Would Protect Migrating Species

Scuba Diving in Costa Rica: The Bats and the Cats

5 posts

Croatia

underwater winery

The Underwater Winery of Croatia

Amazing Marine Life of Croatia

2 posts

Cuba

Scuba Diving in Cuba

Scuba Diving in Cuba

U.S. and Cuba Agree On Marine Protection

Best places to dive:Gardens of the Queen
2 posts
New stuff
Paralenz

Every Dive Counts: Paralenz Launches New Brand and Mission

Every Dive Counts: Paralenz launches new brand and mission
by Press Release
solitary corals

Introduction to Solitary Corals of the Indo-Pacific

Most corals are colonial animals with hundreds to thousands of tiny polyps, but solitary corals of the Indo-Pacific are a single-polyp species that lives freely on the ocean floor.
by Nicole Helgason
free diving internship

The Free Diving Internship Debate

Anytime the topic of free diving internships comes up in diving forums, it sparks heated debate. Should dive candidates work for free — or not?
by Juanita Pienaar
Pacific Northwest diving

Pacific Northwest Diving

If you’re properly outfitted with a cozy drysuit, Pacific Northwest diving is hard to beat. Here are some of our favorite sites in Washington State.
by Chris Vyvyan-Robinson