Stef Mallaci

Stef Mallaci is a professional travel and adventure writer who has traveled to more than 50 countries on 6 continents. Since his first experience in Thailand, Stef has gone on to dive in locations including Galapagos, Philippines, Malaysia, Samoa, Mexico and Belize to name but a few. He has a particular affinity for sharks and has dived with great whites, bull sharks, hammerheads, and whale sharks amongst numerous other species. Follow his adventures on www.instagram.com/stefmallaci.

Review: Deepblu COSMIQ – Smart Dive Computers Are Here!

Every so often a product comes to market that revolutionizes the world. Read our review of the next generation dive computer - the COSMIQ

Dive Destination: Camp Cove, Sydney

Diving on your doorstep; Sydney, Australia offers its residents a magnitude of local dive sites – not least Camp Cove, in the heart of the city

The Magic of Magic Point, Sydney

Labelled as Sydney’s best dive by many a local, the clue is in the name when it comes to Magic PointMagic Point is often considered to be Sydney’s best...

5 Alternative Dive Training Locations

Thailand, Mexico, Egypt, Australia and Indonesia are just some of the most popular places in the world for dive training. However, here are alternates that divers are flocking to.
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Latest Posts

Blue Water Ventures Announces Site Survey Work Off The Carolinas

Blue Water Ventures International recently announced the details of site survey work off the coasts of North and South Carolina.

Dive Bali And Lombok On One Amazing Trip

Thanks to Lotus Hotels it’s now easier than ever to book a dive holiday to both Bali and Lombok with a combination package staying at Lotus Bungalows Candidasa in Bali and Villa Almarik on Gili Trawangan.

Deptherapy Wins Trusted Charity Mark

Deptherapy has been awarded the coveted National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) Trusted Charity Mark.

Casino Boat Sunk To Create Artificial Reef Off Florida

The El Dorado, a casino boat damaged twice by hurricanes, has been sunk to create an artificial reef off the Florida coast.

Negative Entry Descent

A Negative entry descent might be the only way you can get to some dive sites that have a current. Get down fast is the goal, here are some tips.