On September 21, 2014 a record breaking 46 manta rays showed up for a night dive in Kona, HI. This is how it looked from the perspective of the guests of the Kona Aggressor II.
Incredible footage of a pod of Orcas taking down a Tiger Shark! Possibly the first time this has ever been captured on camera!
Come Discover Dominica with us and see what this fabulous Country is all about!
Watch as a manta ray in the waters of Costa Rica asks a group of divers for help. See the rescue and appreciate the trust the manta placed in these divers.
Take a look and see what it’s like to scuba dive off the one and only Arenui Liveaboard. There are few boats like this in the world, offering a dive vacation like no other!
by Madison Stewart It has become the first thing people associate with my nation when I’m overseas, and has become…
Diving head first into the battle to make a profound statement in opposition to her government’s shark cull philosophy and more broadly in response to the global slaughter of sharks, we conceived the vision of “Tigress Shark”.
Another installment of the ‘Rolling in the Deep’ series focuses on the smaller critters of Komodo, Indonesia.
This highlight reel is mostly from two weeks of diving in southern Sudan aboard the Don Questo live-aboard, with supplementary footage from Saudi Arabia.
Unlike the common garden slug most of us encounter, the ocean’s version is much more pleasant to look at it.
The Rolling in the Deep series takes us to Papua New Guinea. One of the last unspoiled diving destinations left on earth.
Though very skittish and elusive, I was able to capture some good footage of these beautiful creatures on a recent visit to Papua New Guinea
The Galapagos offers visitors unbelievable wildlife encounters both above and below the water.
The giant green sea anemone is a sea dwelling predator known to typically eat small fish, crustaceans and detached mussels. But sea birds that fall into the water may be consumed from time to time. In the footage captured by Tillamook Estuaries Partnership staff we see just that, a sea anemone devouring a baby cormorant bird.
One afternoon at Utila Dive Center we take our dive boats, a group of excited snorkelers and a quad copter…
Dive guides should not be doing this on your dives, they should never provoke an animal or touch one.
In this video we check out the Hollis SMS 50 and use it to learn how to sidemount dive in Mexico!.
Ghost nets are fishing nets that have been abandoned by fishermen or lost in the ocean, and they’re a big, yet relatively unknown, problem for marine life.