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USS Kittiwake

7 Great Wreck Dives for Less Experienced Divers

Wreck diving offers the chance to experience history first hand and explore diverse marine life in small areas, as wrecks are often colonised by...

Top 100 Dives of the World

The list of the world's top 100 dive sites, as voted for by SCUBA Travel readers, is now updated. The Yongala (a wreck in...

New Liveaboard offers exceptional marine life encounters in Socorro and Guadalupe

The new Socorro Aggressor liveaboard launches in December and transports scuba divers to encounter great white sharks at Guadalupe or giant manta rays, humpback whales, dolphins and sharks at the Socorro Islands.
Diving Greece

The ultimate guide to diving in Greece

Home to the most extensive coastline of all Mediterranean countries and rich in ancient history, diving in Greece is hard to beat....
Giant manta ray

Manta Rays & Whale Sharks in Hanifaru Bay, Maldives

At any time there could be over a hundred mantas and several whale sharks feeding off the Hanifaru Bay coral reef – the world's largest feeding station.
An endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle cruises in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean in Hawaii.

Nudging tourists helps the reefs – especially when the tourists are female

Nudging visiting divers towards environmentally friendly behaviour works
Boops in Posidonia meadow

Posidonia in Peril: Save the Seagrass Meadows

Posidonia oceanica, a species of seagrass, is often referred to as the “lungs of the Mediterranean” because the seagrass meadows absorb carbon dioxide and...
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LiveAboard.com Is Hiring

Are you a scuba diver with a passion for partnership marketing or content management? You could be just the person LiveAboard.com are looking for.They...
barracuda

Malaysia changes dates of Sipadan Closure

Rated one of the best diving areas in the world, Sipadan will be closed this year during November - a change from the previously...
Red Sea Coral Reef

UK lifts restrictions on flights to Sharm El-Sheikh

The end of suspension is the first step towards services to Sharm El-Sheikh resuming - good news for many British divers.