Oceana calls on Senate leadership to pass bipartisan legislation to ban the U.S. shark fin trade.
“If I die, it will be in the most glorious place nobody has ever seen.” So begins the breathtaking book, Into the Planet part of our personal interview with famed cave diver, Jill Heinerth.
A new brand partnership advocates for stronger dive industry collaboration to catalyze exploration, ocean awareness, and inclusivity
Earlier this week an unimaginable tragedy took place on board the Conception, where an early-morning fire cost 34 people their lives. Ocean advocate and filmmaker Annie Crawley shares her thoughts on this disaster.
Scuba Confidential, a new U.K.-based podcast, discusses everything from marine conservation to the importance of dive briefings.
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Think Pink underwater imaging competition.
Explorer Ventures liveaboard fleet announces the addition of two new boats: one in Indonesia and one in the Galapagos
Scientists from the Marine Megafauna Foundation have for the first time used photo IDs to study the elusive smalleye stingray in southern Mozambique.
You may have heard of or seen photos of the amazing giant spider crab migration in Australia. The media attention, however, has led to rampant overfishing.
Nonprofit organization Dive into the Pink is excited to announce the 3rd annual Think Pink photo competition.
Acclaimed PADI Instructor Trainer Andy Phillips is missing and presumed dead after a diving accident on June 11 in the St. Lawrence River in Canada
What’s next in the underwater world? Here are our picks for a few trends in scuba diving to keep your eyes peeled for.
Good news coming out of Canada: the country has passed legislation to ban breeding or keeping cetaceans in captivity — and all single-use plastics by 2021
During the month of June, the National Marine Sanctuary System will celebrate Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month with the #PrideInTheOcean campaign.
The Reef-World Foundation has applied 10 years’ of experience with the Green Fins initiative to a free online training course: The Green Fins Dive Guide e-Course.
In the face of ever-increasing ocean pollution, the hashtag #IsThisYours attempts to hold companies accountable for their plastic production.
Recent news reports claim that Komodo National Park will close to tourists. Is this fake news or a true story? And if it’s true, how will it affect divers?
The Egyptian Red Sea’s Brothers Islands have reopened after four shark-bite incidents. A statement released by CDWS (Chamber of Diving and Watersports) has confirmed new rules for liveaboard operators to follow.