Erin Durbin-Sherer

Erin began diving in 2012 as preparation for a trip to Hawaii and before the year was out she'd left her old life behind to work in the dive industry full-time. When she's not out exploring the deep and collecting c-cards, you might find her making art or working on her master's thesis in cultural anthropology at San Diego State University. Erin is an Associate Editor with DeeperBlue.com.

In the Shadow of Giants: A Rebreather Try Dive at the Georgia Aquarium

Try closed-circuit rebreather diving and make friends with whale sharks and mantas, the Gentle Giants of the Ocean Voyager tank at the Georgia Aquarium.

For Divers, Honduras Has A Lot Going On

DeeperBlue.com was able to reconnect with the Honduran Tourism Institute's Yovany Fiallos to see what's new and exciting.

A Proper Ascent: The Women Divers Hall of Fame Helps Women Rise to the Top at DEMA 2018

The Women Divers Hall of Fame continues to promote, connect, and recognize women in diving.

Getting Deep With ‘Ocean Metaphor’

Ocean Metaphor: Unexpected Life Lessons from the Sea encourages readers to reflect on the humanity of the ocean.

Sea of Change Now Offering Small Grants for Local Ocean Conservation Efforts

Sea of Change creates positive change for the ocean by raising awareness, and funding and initiating conservation efforts.
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Latest Posts

Cave Diver Jill Heinerth’s Autobiography Due Out In August

Famed cave diver Jill Heinerth's autobiography "Into The Planet: My Life As A Cave Diver" is due out this coming August.

Mergui Archipelago Welcomes A New Dive Center

A new dive resort has opened on the idyllic Mergui Archipelago off the coast of Myanmar.

10 Ways To Find A Freediving Buddy

Discover the different ways to find your next freediving training buddy.

Ocean Quest Offering Newfoundland Diving And Much More

Ocean Quest is offering exciting adventures in Newfoundland, Canada both above and below the water.

[VIDEO] Drawn To The Sea

We take a look at our Video Of The Week - Searching For The Worlds Largest Great White Shark