The M/V Steve Irwin, which until late last year served as the flagship of the Sea Shepherd environmental group, could be taking on a new role as an artificial reef.
The sixth annual Shark-Con held in Tampa, Florida this coming summer will have a bunch of shark advocates gathering in one place to talk about their favorite fish.
Mankind has done severe damage to Mother Earth, we are getting better but threats still exist.
The French Caribbean territory of St. Barts could be more vulnerable to coral bleaching than island countries like Jamaica or Cuba, according to a new scientific study.
Given that responsible recreational boating provides access to a bunch of sites in U.S. marine sanctuaries for scuba divers and other water enthusiasts to enjoy, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently announced it had entered into a formal partnership with leading recreational fishing and boating organizations to promote sustainable activities in federal waters, including sanctuaries.
Wreckage of the World War II aircraft carrier USS Hornet was discovered late last month by the expedition crew of the late Paul Allen's Research Vessel (R/V) Petrel.
World Champion Freediver William Trubridge recently swam the Cook Strait in his home country of New Zealand to raise awareness of the plight of hectors dolphins.
The brand new GO Diving Show boasts several interactive and immersive elements for visitors to get involved in
A decision by Australia's Administrative Appeals Tribunal on whether to continue allowing the killing of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is due out soon.
The "Sharkwater Extinction" documentary by the late and great underwater filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart will debut in select European theaters in March 2019.
A scientist based out of California has successfully tagged a shark that is believed to have killed an American scuba diver and seriously injure another in November 2017.
GO Diving discounted tickets are available till 12th February
Vietnamese artist Von Wong's latest project involved six months of work, hundreds of volunteers and 168,000 plastic straws.
When folks from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration towed a dead whale off a Hawaiian beach earlier this month because it was attracting tiger sharks, no one expected one of the biggest Great White sharks ever recorded to show up.