Bucket List Items to Scratch Off for 2016

If you’re like most scuba divers, you have a very long list of scuba-related items you have to do, buy or try before you inevitably “kick the bucket.” And sometimes that massive list is so long that it can be daunting deciding where to begin. So instead of putting your Bucket List on the back…

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Banning Divers From Feeding Sharks?

To feed or not to feed? It’s a question that dive boat operators and avid divers alike have been debating for years, and now, the question is about to make its way to the US Federal Government. A new bill has been recently introduced into Congress that would make the practice of feeding sharks illegal…

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Proof that a Great Underwater Camera Can Go the Distance

Everyone loves a story about an intentionally or unintentionally discarded item being washed ashore at some remote location, miles away from where it was discarded. It’s why we always click on articles about found wedding or engagement rings, or messages in a bottle that are a century old or other items which were found hundreds…

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What Viral Scuba Diver Did Right Before Recording His “Last Moments”

If you’re a news junkie and a scuba diving fan, then chances are you have already heard about the diver who was left behind during a recent expedition off the coast of Queensland, Australia. He Was An Experienced Diver The relatively experienced diver, 30-year-old Jacob Childs, became stranded at the Althea Wreck, which is located…

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Great American World War II Wrecks and the Stories Behind Them

While a global trek to Fiji, Indonesia, Mexico or even the islands scattered throughout the Caribbean is always enticing, there are some stories waiting just below the surface in the states. And US scuba divers who visit these homegrown locations may be surprised to learn the history behind these sites, all while encountering an abundance…

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The Best Icy Cold Dive Destinations for the Dog Days of Summer

Summer is in full swing, and I bet you’re dreaming of making an escape to an ice-cold destination with no air conditioning required. If so, it might be time to take a break from your favorite tropical diving locales, and check out a new global cold-water destination where the diving is always refreshing. With incredible underwater…

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Want to Know the Sharks That Hang out at Your Favorite Dive Sites? Start Tracking!

Scuba divers who are fascinated with sharks will be delighted to discover that there’s an incredible tracking tool online that allows them to pinpoint where sharks are heading and where they’ve been. Global Shark Tracker The tool is called the Global Shark Tracker. It’s a unique and detailed component of OCEARCH, an organization that’s a…

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How to Totally Aggravate Your Diving Guide in Five Simple Steps

Nobody wants to be the diver that the dive guide can’t wait to bring back to shore. After all, if you annoy your dive guide, chances are when you try to make your reservations for your next trip, your guide will be all “booked up.” The other dive guides in the area may suddenly have…

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A Scuba Diving Photographer is Taking Wedding Photography the Next Level

Getting married at a stunning scuba destination? Then you might want to brighten up your photos with a cool new take on the “Trash the Dress” party. Trash the Dress? This relatively new phenomenon that’s surfaced in the past five years or so essentially serves as a vehicle for unique wedding photos. The way the…

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Discover a Very Cool Hiking Trail and Public Park… Underwater!

Have you ever heard of Edmonds, Washington? If not, you’re not alone. This small but beautifully natural town that’s north of Seattle isn’t necessarily on the scuba diver’s radar. But it does have a unique feature that will make divers take a second look especially if they’re searching for an effortlessly cool spot to visit…

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