Want a New Adventure? Try Night Diving

You’ve been to shipwrecks, towering reef walls and even caverns, but have you ever explored your favorite diving destinations at night? Diving is exhilarating in its right to be certain, but night diving adds an extra bolt of adrenaline, and highlights some of your favorite dive spots in an entirely new light or rather, lack…

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Want to Dive for a Living? Here Are Some Cool Scuba Careers

Ever dream about ditching your 9 to 5 routine and spending your days doing what you want to do as often as possible which, naturally, is scuba diving? Well, believe it or not, it’s very possible to dive not just for fun, but also for a paycheck. So if you’re not cut out for the…

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Want to Save the Florida Coast From Invading Lionfish? Grab a Fork

Supermarket giant Whole Foods has recently announced they will start selling lionfish in their Florida stores to consumers. The store is selling the species in its 26 Florida stores in April as part of an effort to curb the species’ invasive attack in the Gulf Coast, Florida Keys and other regions where scuba divers have…

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What Divers Can Learn From Recent “Open Water” Scenario in the Headlines

A Florida diver with more than 35 years of experience made national headlines last week when he found himself in a scary and real life Open Water scenario. As anyone who was brave enough to watch the movie knows, during the film, two divers resurface to find their dive boat has disappeared and sharks have noted their…

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Want to Break the Freediving World Record? Here’s How Deep You Have to Go

Underwater expeditions and world records seem to go hand-in-hand. Wacky stories of record-breaking feats under the water have filled recent headlines. In February, more than 170 divers created the longest underwater human chain in recorded history, while in December nearly 160 “Scuba Santas” blasted the world record for the most diving Santas during one chilly…

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Are Underwater Drones on the Horizon?

By now, drones have become a familiar term and have morphed from military-grade status to something that any everyday consumer can purchase and use. Popular with recreational and commercial users who want to film aerial tours, or just get a bird’s eye perspective of a striking area. Drones are becoming easier to use, cheaper and much…

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Diving Destinations That Could Disappear in Your Lifetime

The recent news about the extreme bleaching of huge sections of the Great Barrier Reef made headlines around the world. And while the silver lining is that it brought the issue of climate change to international attention, the fact remains that there are some dive sites found all around the globe that all have the…

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Recent NYC Rescue Demonstrates the Importance of Police Divers

On Saturday morning, April 30th, NYC police received a report that a man was stranded a mile off of Coney Island Beach. His kayak had almost sunk, and the man had been dragged out to sea after hooking up with a fish. Here are the details. How Was He Rescued? The NYPD Aviation Unit spotted…

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Diving in Mexico!

Do you dream about a vacation where you can explore incredible reefs and wrecks without spending a fortune — and then cap off a dive trip with an ice-cold margarita? Then you’ll want to discover these incredible diving locations that are all found just south of the U.S. border. With beautiful beaches, gracious resorts and…

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What Divers Can Learn from Fatal NM Diving Accident

A fatal accident in New Mexico last month made international headlines in the scuba diving community. An experienced diver became trapped in a network of underwater caves that NM had sealed for more than 40 years and was unable to return to the surface. Divers considered the caves some of the most dangerous in North America,…

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