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Curaçao Dive Task Force Announces Interactive Dive Site Map

Curaçao Dive Task Force Announces Interactive Dive Site Map

Curaçao Hospitality & Tourism Association Dive Task Force unveils its dive site of the month and an interactive map of the islands dive operators and dive sites.
Divers On A Shipwreck

Spanish ‘Shipwreck Hunters’ TV Show To Explore The Galician Coast

If you're a shipwreck aficionado and happen to live in Spain, there's a new TV show there that might be right up your alley.
underneath the dive boat where scuba divers return. bubbles can often be seen cascading into the ladder rudder and propeller

Is The Surface Becoming More Dangerous?

Getting back to the surface does not mean the dive is safely over
Ambient Breathing Valve Now Available For OTS’ Spectrum Full Face Mask

Ambient Breathing Valve Now Available For OTS’ Spectrum Full Face Mask

If you're a fan of Ocean Technology Systems' Spectrum Full Face Mask, a really cool accessory is now available.
NEMO surface Supplied breathing system

Kickstarter Campaign Launched For NEMO Surface Supplied Dive System

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to produce the NEMO Surface Supplied Dive System
Ray Woolley preparing to dive

British Diver Breaks Record For Oldest Male Scuba Diver

British WWII veteran recently broke his own world record as the world’s oldest diver with a dive to 40 meters.
Despite Hurricane, DAN Emergency Hotline Will Be Operational 24/7

Despite Looming Hurricane, DAN Emergency Hotline Will Be Operational 24/7

With a major hurricane bearing down on the U.S. East Coast, the Divers Alert Network is letting people know that the organization will strive to keep its Emergency Hotline and other services running as much as possible.
Courtesy of Terri Skiles

A Deep Dive into the Life of Extreme Photographer Wes Skiles

Drawn to the Deep celebrates the life of Wes Skiles, a diver, and photographer who was a self-taught expert on Florida's freshwater springs and an outspoken advocate for their conservation.
NOAA Teams Up To Train Citizen Scientists (Photo Credit: Robert Schwemmer, CINMS, NOAA)

NOAA Teams Up To Train Citizen Scientists

A new partnership to train citizen scientists took place over the summer.
The Wreck of the U-352

Multiyear Study Launched Into North Carolina Wrecks

With so many wrecks lying off the coast of North Carolina, a multiyear study of the sunken maritime heritage has been announced.
Thailand Military are involved in trying to rescue the boys

Thai Boys’ Soccer Team Story To Become A Middle-Grade Book

Thai-American author Christina Soontornvat recently tweeted that the world rights to her as-yet unwritten book, 'All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue Of The Thai Boys' Soccer Team,' had been auctioned to Candlewick Press.
Australian Dive Operator Certifies 150,000th Diver

PADI Adds Several Languages To Its Online Courses

PADI has announced the addition of multiple languages to its PADI Open Water and PADI Freediver courses.

Boat Used In ‘Sea Hunt’ Undergoing Re-Fit

The boat used in the 1960s-era TV show 'Sea Hunt' starring Lloyd Bridges is undergoing a re-fit.
Check Out This Interview Of DeeperBlue.com Founder Stephan Whelan

DeeperBlue Founder Featured On “League of Extraordinary Divers”

DeeperBlue's founder was recently interviewed for the 'League of Extraordinary Divers' podcast.
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