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 DeeperBlue.com.

Colors Are Wild At Hammerhead Spearguns

Hammerhead Spearguns showed off a multicolored line of masks, snorkels and fins at the Blue Wild Ocean Adventure Expo.

NAUI CORE Unites Divers Worldwide

NAUI CORE provides a convenient hub to find the latest news about NAUI, manage your NAUI membership, access training resources, certify NAUI divers, complete online learning, and more.

AIDA Introduces Five-Minute Neuro Exam for Divers

"The goal is to use this as a tool to assess neurological status after any hypoxic event, administered by freedivers to freedivers, in remote areas with no physician/medic, such as a boat, platform or beach."

Three New National Pool Records For Singapore

Three National Records fell during this month's 2018 Apnea Association of Singapore (AAS) AIDA Freediving Open Pool Competition.

Review: TiTAN Freediving Nose Clip

We review the new TiTAN nose clip from UK-based NoTanx
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Latest Posts

Dive Pros Can Now Become Green Fins Certified

Dive Professionals can now become independently Green Fins certified with a new online course.

New Wreck Sunk At Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas

Stuart Cove Dive Bahamas has sunk another vessel in the waters off New Providence Island.

Pressure-Related Injuries in Freediving

Learn common injuries in freediving that can occur due to pressure.

Third Annual Freediving/Sailing Trip Off The Greek Coast Set For This Summer

If learning to freedive and sail off the Greek coast is one of the things on your bucket list, EYsailing and Freedive Greece are once again organizing a sailing trip this coming summer.

Scientists Need Help Researching Sharks in Cocos Island

For more than a decade, Todd Steiner has lead teams of scientists, volunteers, and dive masters to collect data on highly migratory species that use Costa Rica's Cocos Island for refuge.