Explorer Ventures Fleet returns to dive St. Kitts as island re-opens
The U.S. has lifted its requirement for Covid-19 testing before entering the country, making now a great time to start diving the world again. Here’s our round-up of the top five easy dive destinations to get back in the water.
As Covid restrictions ease, the world’s best dive destinations are accessible once again. Here are our top tips to help you plan a post-Covid dive vacation.
Breaking news—the luxury liveaboard Socorro Vortex has run aground in the remote Revillagigedo Archipelago with no loss of life. The…
Washed by the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Mexico is a dream dive destination. Here’s our guide to a successful visit to Mexico in Covid times.
On World Ocean Day, the U.S. Senate passed the Shark Fin Sales Elimination Act (S. 1106), a bill that would ban the buying and selling of shark fins in the United States
With daily flights from many North American cities, now is the time to enjoy world-famous dives and lush landscapes. Here’s our diver’s guide to Belize in Covid times.
Surrounded by a marine reserve, Bonaire is a biodiversity hotspot and a perennial diver favorite, but is it open for business? Here’s our diver’s guide to Bonaire in Covid times.
Easily accessible from the United States and famed for its shark diving, wrecks and reefs, the Bahamas is a perfect place to start traveling again. Here’s our diver’s guide to visiting the Bahamas in Covid times.
The iconic Darwin’s Arch collapses in the Galapagos today in front of divers on the Galapagos Aggressor III.
A new underwater museum in Cannes, France, with work by artist Jason de Caires Taylor has just opened.
Explorer Ventures Fleet’s biggest sale event of the year is here!
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.