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AquaLung Unveils i770R Dive Computer

AquaLung unveiled its newest dive computer, the i770R, at the recent DIVE 2018 show in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

Natural Travel Collection Purchases Regaldive

Hampshire, UK-based The Natural Travel Collection has acquired one of Great Britain's leading diving tour operators, Ely-based Regaldive from Explore Worldwide Ltd.

Abingdon Foundation Awards First DEMA Show Scholarship

The Abingdon Foundation recently announced that Deanna Morris-Stacey had won the "It's About Time" sponsorship for next month's DEMA Show in Las Vegas.

Reuters To Premiere ‘Ocean Shock’ Series This Week

Reuters will be premiering a new series this week that looks at the effects of climate change on the world fishing industry.

Project AWARE Applauds Stronger Finning Ban For Mediterranean Sharks

Fishing countries gathered for the annual meeting of the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) have adopted a European Union proposal to strengthen the regional ban on shark finning.

DEMA Show App Now Available

If you're a dive pro and will be attending next month's DEMA Show in Las Vegas, a convenient way to plan your convention experience is now available.

Women Divers Hall Of Fame To Induct Nine New Members In...

The Women Divers Hall of Fame announced this week that it would induct nine new members to its hallowed ranks next year.

Win a Light Monkey Lighting System At EUROTEK!

If you're attending this year's EUROTEK, the European advanced diving conference, you now have the chance to win a Light Monkey lighting system.

Sea Turtles Rejoice! EU Parliament Bans Single-Use Plastics

Sea turtles and other ocean denizens can rejoice! The European Parliament this week approved a ban on a variety of single-use plastics by a 571-53 vote.

Crowdfunding Campaign Launched For New Octopus Pulling System

Swiss Freediver Pascal Berger is introducing via the Indiegogo crowdfunding site a new product under his Octopus brand: the Octopus Pulling System.

Suunto Settles Class-Action Lawsuit For Certain Dive Computers

Suunto has settled a class-action lawsuit in the United States regarding certain dive computer models that plaintiffs alleged were defective.

Check Out This 1940s-Era World Map Centered On The Oceans

A world map produced in 1942 could serve as a reminder of the importance of the health of the Earth's oceans.

Google’s AI Helps Researcher ID Dolphins

Google's artificial intelligence engineers are collaborating with a university researcher to identify dolphins in the wild.

Trimix Dives To Deep Sites Off Cocos Island Announced

Are you an experienced rebreather/trimix diver with a hankering to check out deep dive sites off Costa Rica's Cocos Island?
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