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Isle of Man Finally gets a Marine Nature Reserve

Ramsey Bay has been designated as the Isle of Man's first Marine Nature Reserve. The area will be protected from damaging activities, fisheries will be...
Indo Aggressor

Top Reasons to Try Liveaboard Charter Diving

One of the great things about scuba diving is the people you meet from all walks of life with a shared passion for the...
Underwater Street View -Bermuda, North East Breaker

Google adds more Virtual Dives to Underwater Street View

With the help of the Catlin Seaview Survey, Google has added more underwater locations to its "Street View". Google put the first marine images up...

Australia Creates World’s Largest Marine Park

Australia today announced the creation of the world's largest marine reserve, covering the Great Barrier Reef and the Coral Sea. Oil and gas exploration...
Lionfish

Marine Invaders Threaten Galapagos

Increasing tourism and the spread of marine invasive non-native species is threatening the unique undersea life around the Galapagos Islands.
Diving the Browning Pass by Rick Rogers

Diving the Weird and Wonderful Browning Pass

Colourful plunging walls, pinnacles, thrilling drift dives, abundant life, orcas, whales and encounters with weird and wonderful animals. Every dive begins with all of the thrill of a treasure hunt.
34% Off the Aggressor Fleet - up to $1900 per person

Save 34% on Aggressor Scuba Diving Liveaboards Worldwide – but hurry, ends soon

From now until 24 November scuba divers can save up to $1900 per person on the Aggressor liveaboard fleet around the world
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...

Scapa Flow Dive Guide

On Midsummers Day in 1919, a German Admiral ordered the German High Seas Fleet to be scuttled. Seventy-four German ships had been anchored at...

Mapping Coral Disease Clusters in the Caribbean

In the last 30 years, more than 90 percent of the reef-building coral in the Caribbean has disappeared because of a disease of unknown...