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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...
Majestic Explorer liveaboard sinks Galapagos

Diving liveaboard sinks in the Galapagos – 26 rescued

The scuba diving liveaboard, Galapagos Majestic, has sank near the northern coast of Santiago island in the Galapagos. The 26 divers and crew safely...
tiger shark Bahamas

Best liveaboard destinations for every diver

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

Europe’s largest wreck is now open for divers

Up until recently diving on the Fu Shan Hai, Europe's largest wreck, was prohibited. Now though, after a project by Danish Technical Divers, the...
Ghostpipe fish in the Philippines

Foreign Office Advises Against Travel to Southern Philippines

After the bomb attacks at on Palawan yesterday , the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office reviewed and reissued its advice on travelling to the...
Thailand Coral Reef

Thailand limits number of divers visiting the Similans

No more than 525 divers can now visit the Similan Islands on any one day. Good news for the environment.
Truk Master liveaboard

Worldwide Dive & Sail Fleet flash liveaboard sale – Up to 50% OFF

Starting now, Worldwide Dive & Sail Fleet has announced a flash sale with very attractive deals on some of their Master and Siren liveaboards....

Tiny Nation Creates World’s Third-Largest Marine Reserve

The tiny Republic of Kiribati, in the Pacific, has created the world's third-largest marine reserve. The Phoenix Islands Protected Area bans commercial fishing...

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...
Photo by Enric Sala/National Geographic A group of hammerhead sharks swims over the sandy seafloor populated with garden eels at Darwin Island. These sharks are known for their ability to make sudden and sharp turns as the unique wide-set placement of their eyes allows them a vertical 360-degree view, which is ideal for stalking their prey.

Galapagos Islands Wolf and Darwin home to largest shark biomass in the world

More sharks live around the Galapagos Darwin and Wolf Islands than anywhere else on the planet