Scuba Diving

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Diving the Turks & Caicos

Tom Dwyer pets a grouper, tangos with turtles, swims with stingrays, and circles sharks in the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Gates and Nai???a announce ???Digital Video Shootout??? with Stan Waterman

With special guest Stan Waterman, Gates Underwater Products, Inc. and Nai’a Cruises Fiji, Ltd are delighted to announce...

Scuba Industry Mourns Loss of Icon John J. Cronin

The diving industry today is mourning the loss of the man who introduced more than 10 million people into the sport of scuba...

Applicants Sought for Hawaiian Advisory Council

The NOAA Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary is seeking applicants to fill six vacant Sanctuary Advisory...

Photo Week at Sipadan Water Village Provides Unlimited Opportunities For Photo Enthusiasts

Underwater photographers wanting to experience something different and unique should take a close look at Sipadan Water Village's...

Florida Keys Lobster Season Info Available from NMS

The Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary and the Florida Wildlife Commission hosts the annual Lobster Information Booth at Mile Marker 106...

The Ray of Hope is the Newest Wreck Dive in the Bahamas

Continuing the great cooperation between Government and the Private sector, the Port Authority of Nassau has released the 200-ft vessel...

Human Activities Put Pressure on Great Barrier Reef

The world's longest reef is losing its dugongs and nesting sea turtles at a rapid rate, according to the first...

Me and my PFO

Becky Varns found herself in a recompression chamber after only a 7 meter dive, with one of the worst cases of DCI seen by the attending physician. How could this be?

New Housing from Equinox Designed Specifically for Panasonic Cameras

Equinox Underwater Products, a leading manufacturer of underwater video and digital still housings, announces the release of the...

Japanese whalers are wary of international opposition to their trade

Just as the sun's rays peek over the Pacific, blood and blubber begin pouring over the...

Psychological Issues in Diving (Part III)

In this last part of the article series by DAN we discuss Schizophrenia, Marijuana and Alcohol Use and how it impacts diving

Jean-Michel Cousteau, Ocean Futures Society Crew to Embark for "The Most Remote Islands on...

In 1964, movie posters for Jacques Cousteau’s bold underwater film, World Without Sun, urged filmgoers to come see...

Tiny Coral Larvae Hold Clues to Maui Reefs

Corals are small colonial animals that secrete hard outer skeletons. One of the principal corals for building reefs in Hawaii,...
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