?The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board has scheduled an online board meeting for next month to discuss the fatal September 2019 fire aboard the dive boat Conception.
Nautilus Dive Adventures announced they are back diving after the company's liveaboard vessel Nautilus Belle Amie completed her retrofit and overhaul.
Itching to get back in the water but hesitant to get on an international flight? One place you can do that is the Sea of Cortez.
Nautilus Dive Adventures showed DeeperBlue.com amazing videos of the boats, the islands, and everything that lives underwater on the biggest video TV at DEMA Show 2019!
One legal expert says the owners of the Conception -- through their insurance provider -- are now rushing to limit their liability in the wake of the vessel's catching fire and sinking last week, killing 34 people onboard.
The tragic fire that recently claimed the lives of 34 people aboard the liveaboard dive vessel Conception off the coast of California has spawned a U.S. federal government safety investigation, the preliminary report of which was released this week.
The search continues for the last victim of the fire that consumed and sank the dive boat Conception earlier this week.
Local and federal U.S. government officials said the bodies of 20 victims of the fire that caused the dive boat Conception to sink off the California coast have been recovered so far.
The dive boat Conception has burned down to the waterline and sank just 20 yards off the shores of Santa Cruz Island, California
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A team of researchers has conducted a study to determine the migration patterns of smooth hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna zygaena) in the western Atlantic Ocean.