There’s a new twist in the ongoing civil court case surrounding the death of environmentalist and film maker Rob Stewart.
NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries has announced the Get Into Your Sanctuary contest winners.
This year has been extremely challenging, and many of us have been out of the water for quite some time. When it’s time, here are our tips for safely returning to diving after a long break.
Being an environmentally conscious diver in the age of Covid presents unique — but not insurmountable — challenges.
As we define the “new normal,” many divers are eager to get back in the water. Boat diving and COVID-19 safety measures are one particular area of interest.
Divers around the world are wondering how to move forward in these uncertain times. Here are some updated COVID-19 diving precautions courtesy of DAN.
Add your voice to the conversation for expansion at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary during virtual public meetings.
PADI has created a new COVID-19 diving status map to help divers navigate what destinations are open for diving as the world begins to ease travel restrictions.
Reef-World has launched new Green Fins guidelines on environmental best practices for chemical cleaning agents.
Diving around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic has been nearly impossible, but diving in Sydney during lockdown has been possible for locals.
Unusually cold water and poor visibility in the Andaman Sea have led to below average dive conditions in Southeast Asia so far this year. To blame is the Indian Ocean Dipole.
A small group of divers on the Gili Islands have found themselves locked down in paradise, still able to safely go diving. Here’s a slideshow of their daily dives.
Now, while where we’re all stuck at home in some way or another, we’re taking a bit of time to…
The COVID-19 crisis has infiltrated communities globally, and the diving community is no exception. Here’s how the diving industry is trying to help.
As we all adjust to the “new normal,” we ask what the pandemic means for our seas. Is COVID-19 good or bad for the ocean?
Most of the diving world is shut down right now, but here we’ve got 10 ways to positively impact the dive community … without leaving home.
If, like us, you’re spending most of your time at home right now, there are still ways get your diving fix — and stay connected to the rest of the diving community.
When it comes to cleaning dive gear, our biggest worry is usually removing saltwater. As the world tries to slow the spread of Covid 19, keeping gear clean has taken on a whole new meaning.