Jessica Macdonald

Originally from the UK, Jessica now lives on South Africa's spectacular east coast. She's a qualified PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor, as well as a keen conservationist and shark fanatic. When she's not underwater, she can be found at her computer where she works as a freelance diving and travel writer.

5 Amazing Products Made With Plastic Recycled From The Ocean

Discover five amazing products made with recycled plastic, ranging from high-end clothing to skateboards and carpet tile.

Equalizing: Difficulties and Solutions for Struggling Scuba Divers

If you have problems equalising your ears when diving, read our article about common equalising problems and possible solutions.

Basic Marine Life Injuries & How to Treat Them

Find out how to treat basic marine life injuries, ranging from coral cuts and grazes to jellyfish stings and animal bites.

BIKI: Discover the World’s First Bionic Underwater Drone

Discover BIKI, the world's first bionic underwater drone - a cutting edge camera that allows you to explore the ocean in person or remotely.

Scuba Diving 101: How to Adapt to Different Diving Environments

Learn how to adapt to different diving environments, including drift diving, diving at night, diving at altitude, and diving in cold water.
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Latest Posts

[PHOTO] Never Stop Exploring

Check out our latest Photo of the Week - Never Stop Exploring

Girl Power Turns 3 – Q&A With Girls That Scuba Founder Sarah Richard

Online female dive community Girls That Scuba turns three today, we catch up with founder Sarah Richard to find out more

[VIDEO] Freediving Fiji

We take a look at our Video Of The Week - Freediving Fiji

FORCE BLUE And Sea Of Change Team Up To Take On Plastics

FORCE BLUE has teamed up on a project with the Sea Of Change Foundation that aims to use FORCE BLUE's Special Operations Veterans to raise awareness about the ocean and the threats it faces.

Florida’s Coral Spawning Season Is About To Start

It's that time of year again, so it's worth packing your dive gear and heading down to the Florida Keys for the annual Coral spawning season.