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4 Great Liveaboards for Couples and Honeymooners

For dive buddies looking to celebrate their love or spend a honeymoon on the ocean, there are plenty of luxurious liveaboards and remote white-sand...

Seals to keep watch on remote Antarctic glacier

Two species of seals will help keep watch on a huge glacier in West Antarctica that is at risk of collapse.
Ocean Thermal Energy Technology

Ocean thermal renewable energy technology tested in the Maldives

Bringing a new form of renewable energy to remote diving areas
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Best liveaboard destinations for every diver

Where are the best liveaboard destinations for different types of scuba diver - new, intermediate and experienced?
ice diving

Ice Diving – the Ultimate Adventure

Ice divers experience unique underwater environments and marine life that few people get to see. There is nothing quite like the peace of being under the ice, surrounded by bright blue water and ice formations.
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Revealed: The SCUBA Diving Bestsellers of 2018

SCUBA Travel release their list of the top ten bestselling books of 2018. Straight in at number one this year is the Underwater Guide to...
Mobula ray jumping out of the water. Mobula munkiana, known as the manta de monk, Munk's devil ray, pygmy devil ray, smoothtail mobula, is a species of ray in the family Myliobatida. Pacific ocean

Best Places to Dive in January

It’s the start of a new year and the diving on offer is off the charts this month. The Maldives is the place to...
Christmas Tree Worms

The Wonderful World of Christmas Tree Worms

Colourful Christmas tree worms are captivating during any dive, adding a touch of festive magic to coral reefs around the world. A wonderful miniature water woodland.
Shoal of Fish

Swimming fish may improve the design of robots

The constant, seemingly random, movement of fish is actually gives them the best sensory feedback they can get to navigate the world, say Johns...
Coral reef, Red Sea, by Tim Nicholson of SCUBA Travel

Addressing the State of the Ocean’s Health (and Ways to Fix It)

There are five major issues in the oceans due to humans. What are they and how can we fix them?