It’s commonly said that we know less about our deepest waters than we know about the surface of Mars. Here’s what we do know about deep water diving.
We’ve probably all seen some great diving movies, or at least ones that feature underwater action. If you haven’t, or you’re looking for more underwater entertainment, check out our top 7 diving movies.
As divers who have perfected their buoyancy know, finally getting it right is a watershed moment that opens the door to true freedom underwater.
With a coastline 95,471 miles long and borders on three oceans, three seas, two gulfs, and a few gigantic lakes, the top U.S. dive destinations are some of the best in the world.
Seeing manta rays is no doubt on many a diver’s bucket list. These large, acrobatic, graceful and harmless marine creatures capture the imagination and hearts of every one who has dived with them — and plenty of those who haven’t yet had the chance.
There aren’t that many movies that incorporate diving into the plot, and even fewer that are much good. I assume…
Properly using these 10 items will make your dives safer and more enjoyable
If you’re working on a technical certification and longing to explore depths beyond recreational limits, these 10 awesome dives will get you started — or make you the envy of your friends.
We’ve all been there — when you’re a new diver, it’s easy to make inadvertent mistakes. Here are 10 to avoid as you hone your underwater skills
Often neglected by divers, the European continent has a host of fantastic diving areas.
1. Silfra Fissure ~ Iceland Have you ever slipped underwater and between two continents? That’s exactly what you can do…
Grenada has an estimated population of 110,000 people. The people are some of the friendliest I have encountered in the Caribbean.