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CPSC, Oceanic USA Announce Recall of Scuba Regulators

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Oceanic USA, of San Leandro, Calif., is voluntarily recalling all...

PADI Announces Its 2003-2004 Insurance Program

In recent years, rising insurance costs have created financial hardships for many scuba diving professionals. No rate increases and added...

G8 Leaders Pledge Marine Protection

Leaders of the world's eight largest industrialized democracies wound up their annual three day meeting today in Evian on the...

Scuba Cuba! Hot New Diving Guide Released

Cheap Bars, Cuban Cigar, Vintage Cars and 3000 Miles of Pristine Dive Sites. Just Released! The first edition of...

Pew Oceans Commission Releases Report to the Nation

Today the Pew Oceans Commission presents to the president, Congress and the nation, America's Living Oceans, Charting a...

REEF 10 Year Anniversary

The Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) is celebrating its 10 year anniversery in July. REEF was founded in 1990,...

Longest Sea Cave Discovered By Divers in Okinawa, Japan

Divers have discovered what could be considered the largest undersea limestone cave in Okinawa, a prefecture of Japan. It...

New Zealand Shark-Cage Divers Granted Permits

Marine authorities in New Zealand broke through the impasse that had developed with shark-cage operators on the Cape south coast...

Cousteau Named British Virgin Islands (BVI) Ambassador

Recently, The BVI Chief Minister and Minister responsible for Tourism Honourable Ralph T. O'Neal signed a partnership agreement...

Austrailian Government Bans Fishing In Large Areas Of Great Barrier Reef

The Australian Government announced today that it will ban fishermen from roughly one third of Australia's Great Barrier...

PADI recalls defective RDP Recreational Dive Planner

PADI recently issued a recall notice for certain Recreational Dive Planners (RDP). Errors by the printer caused inaccurate or missing...

Armed Aussies patrol Southern Ocean for poachers

Australia's first armed civilian fisheries patrol vessel has returned to Hobart after nearly two months searching for poachers in the...

Digital Photography Month with Kararu Dive Voyages

Join Experts Jim Watt, Backscatter, & Light & MotionKararu Dive Voyages is delighted to have the opportunity to...

Great White Shark Diving in North America

Witnessing a very large White Shark attack and consume a 200 to 300 lb. Elephant Seal is an extremely dramatic...
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