Thursday, November 30, 2023

John Griffith

John Griffith is an avid SCUBA and Freediver based in Southeast Florida, with over 34 years of experience in the recreational, military and commercial dive fields. Retired from military service, John completed Bachelor Degrees in both Business Administration and Journalism, a M.Ed and PhD in Education. John is a driven conservationist and social activist...with a great passion for sharks, cigars, rum and writing. John is an Associate Editor with

Review Extra: A Diver’s Guide To The World

We review the latest travel guide from National Geographic - A Diver's Guide To The World

Review: Fourth Element Navigator Mask

The Navigator Masks from Fourth Element would be a great addition to any diver's kit. We review the two mask models - Clarity and Enhance

Review: Oceanic Viper 2 Fins

These are really an ideal fin for the typical recreational scuba diver and snorkeler, especially one who travels, but can be used in a pinch for more technical dives.

Review: ATMOS MISSION ONE Dive Computer – Scuba Perspectives

We review the ATMOS MISSION ONE dive computer for those that Scuba Dive

Review Extra: Shark Super Powers Book

This richly illustrated childrens book on sharks provides fascinating facts to younger readers while being entertaining.

Review: 28-Day Freediving Transformation Course

The goal of this 28-day program is to give you the tools you need to improve your performance as a freediver

5 Books To Dive In To While You Are Out Of The Water

While you are practicing social distancing and staying safe, these five diving-related books are excellent ways to pass the time.

Marina Kazankova Attempts A 4th Guinness World Record

"If you have a dream, have the courage to follow it and realize it! Everybody will help you! Live the life you want to live!'

Dive Alert: Sounding off for Safety

The 130 decibel blast from the DiveAlert can be heard up to a mile away, and it can also be used to signal another diver underwater!

Oceana: Protecting the World’s Oceans

Globally, almost 73 MILLION sharks end up victims to the shark fin trade EVERY YEAR. Unless strong, enforceable legislation is enacted immediately, the future existence of many critically impacted shark species is in doubt.