Paul Kotik

Paul Kotik has been a Staff Writer and Freediving Editor for DeeperBlue.com. He lives in Florida, USA with his family.

Patrick Musimu – A Constant Contract

In memory of Patrick Musimu, who passed away on July 21st 2011, we are republishing this article covering Patrick's 87m Constant Weight World Record by Paul Kotik

Gulfstream Invitational Competition Course Announced

July 8, 2008, Ft. Lauderdale  -  Freediving Instructors and Trainers, the training agency founded and directed by Martin Stepanek, has announced a first-of-its-kind training event, the F.I.T GULFSTREAM INVITATIONAL...

Your First Freediving Course: Resistance Is Futile

Freediving Editor Paul Kotik finally comes up for air - and a hard-earned insight for students of the art.

12-Foot Hammerhead Landed By Beach Fisherman

Flagler Beach, Florida - A casual fisherman casting from a popular Florida beach has caught and landed a 12-foot, 550 lb. hammerhead shark, further assuaging concerns that...

First Artificial Reef in Red Sea

Eilat, Israel: Divers of the coast of Eilat these days are witness to the first artificial reef development project in the Red Sea, a project undertaken by...
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Latest Posts

Public Comments Sought For Possible Lake Ontario National Marine Sanctuary

If you're a fan of diving the U.S. portions of the Great Lakes, you've got about a week left to submit comments regarding the possibility of setting up a national marine sanctuary along eastern Lake Ontario.

Dirty Dozen Launches Recreational Wreck Expedition With Andy Torbet

High-end expedition organizer Dirty Dozen Expeditions is expanding further, this time into the recreational diving market

Aggressor Fleet Now Offering Trips To Sudan, Djibouti

The Aggressor Fleet has announced two new itineraries to its network of destinations, with the Arabian Aggressor now visiting the waters of Sudan and Djibouti.

Sayuri Kinoshita – A Video Tribute

To honor the memory of his dear friend, Daan Verhoeven has created a lovely tribute video compiling special moments with Sayuri Kinoshita.

Hurricane Debris Turned Into Dive Sites In BVI

The British Virgin Islands have come up with an innovative way to deal with the debris created by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017.