Many islands in Malaysia have the perfect ingredients to be tropical paradises: crystal clear waters, clean powdery sands, swaying palms, and sunny skies. Pulau Aur…

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The Great Barrier Reef in Eastern Australia and Nigaloo Reef in Western Australia are must do liveaboard destinations.

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The thousand-odd islands of Maluku – the Moluccas to the Western world – are the original spice islands. The islands’ many havens of sunny, powder-white…

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Liveaboard diving is a must in the Maldives, especially for the Giant Mantas aggregation.

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The huge range of Red Sea liveaboards means that making the right choice to suit your experience and dive preferences can often be a daunting task.

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Relazing atmosphere on Utila. Utila is the smallest of the three major Bay Islands, located off the north coast of Honduras, in the heart of…

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The Cayman islands offer a wide diversity of world class dive sites accessible by liveaboards.

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Pulau Weh It’s the kind of place where you slip into a groove, and time losesits meaning. The island of Weh, off the very Northernmost…

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The Galapagos are the top liveaboard destination in the world for experienced divers who like diving in the cold water.

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Diving in Belize offers an array of diving possibilities which are easily explored by liveaboard.

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Joining a liveaboard is the best way to experience the pelagics, many types of rays, sharks and numerous turtle species of the T&C Islands.

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Liveaboards in the Bahamas offer virtually guaranteed sharks and dolphins sighting.

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Gili Islands The Tree Gilis – Trawangan – Air and Meno located just off the West coast of Lombok, are beautiful little sandy islands that…

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Dahab, Red Sea, Egypt Among the conoisseurs, Dahab is famous for its dive sites, accessible from shore, among the most notorious is the Blue Hole….

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Just east of both Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulkner is the famous Belizean Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world, after Australia’s Barrier Reef….

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Cozumel is a tropical island off the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. It has long been known in the divers world for…

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Situated between Cancun and Tulum on the Mayan Riviera lies Playa del Carmen, or simply “Playa” as the locals call it. This fun town has…

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Sudan is the largest country in Africa with a population of 28 million people but itsn’t really on the tourist map due to a history…

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Every year, between June and September, huge numbers of silvery sardines travel north from the cold southern oceans off Cape Point in South Africa, moving…

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The Brother Islands are located 65 miles southeast of Safaga and 32 miles northeast of El Quesir in the middle of the Red Sea. The…

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Queensland’s World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef as scuba diver’s paradise. You could dive on the world’s largest marine park every day for the rest…

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Take the Scuba Diver personality test. Find out what kind of diver you really are. Marine life education, reef ecology and
travel planning are also key components of planning your diving trip.

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Critter Hunt

The search for rare and exotic marine life species.

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Sipadan Island Off the North Eastern coast of Borneo, called Sabah, lies a tiny jewel of an island, Pulau Sipadan, with a marine ecosystem so…

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Comprised of five beautiful and uninhabited islands in a chain of eight just off the coast of Southern California, the Channel Islands National Park is…

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The Red Sea, where the desert meets the ocean, is truly one of the planet’s most exotic and fascinating natural seascape environments. The Red Sea…

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Formed by tectonic trifling between the Pacific and Eurasian plates, the island of Sulawesi, once known as Celebes, is often described as “orchid shaped.” Divers…

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There’s no greater adventure than diving! Whether you’re taking your first look at diving, or whether you’ve been diving for 20 years, there’s always something…

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For us who have experienced or regularly dive solo, it is a liberating and very fulfilling experience to dive alone. There are pros and cons…

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Are you tired of just being lumped in with the scuba divers? This page is for snorkelers who want information geared only for snorkelers. Snorkelers…

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If you’re an enthousiastic diver yourself you’ve probably been wondering what’s involved in getting your child to scuba dive as well. At what age can…

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Can you dive when you are pregnant? Where can I buy a good woman’s BC or wetsuit? How did Sylvia Earle become a famous Marine…

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Want to explore sunken ships, crashed planes and lost treasures beneath the surface? Wreck divers are known for their rugged activities of diving very deep,…

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Technical diving is not something you jump into. Whether your interests lie in nitrox, rebreathers, mixed gas, deep, wreck or cave diving, there is a…

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There is nothing like the feeling of diving into the deep without the constrictions of a tank on your back and regulator in your mouth….

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If you are reading this page, you might be thinking about going to dive school to be a commercial diver. Courses are expensive. So which…

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Looking to explore hidden secrets in caverns and caves around the world? Two best known areas to do so are in Mexico and Florida. If…

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Winner of five Emmy awards for his work in television, Waterman is also renowned for his work in commercial film, as director and producer of…

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Born January 23, 1919 in Vienna, Hans Hass first encountered the underwater world of the Mediterranean Sea in July 1937 during a vacation to the…

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When underwater filmmakers Michele and Howard Hall met in diving class in 1975 – Howard was Michele’s instructor – little did they know their student/teacher…

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Scuba diving inherently involves a lot of equipment. We are not designed to live in the underwater environment, and so even for a short trip…

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Diving does entail some risk. Not to frighten you, but these risks include decompression sickness (DCS, the “bends”), arterial air embolism, and of course drowning….

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Many people love to explore the world. They travel to exotic, far-off locations, meet new people in different cultures, and see the wide and amazing…

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Audrey Ferreras and Pipin Ferreras were a celebrity couple in the Free Diving World. It is with great sadness that we announce that Audrey Mestre…

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Undersea Explorer – Sylvia Earle, Ph.D., was born on August 30, 1935 in Gibbstown, New Jersey. Her parents raised her on a small farm near…

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David Doubilet

David Doubilet was born on August 28, 1946, in New York City. He began snorkeling at the age of eight in the cold, green seas…

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Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Jacques-Yves was born in Saint-Andre-de-Dubzac, France, to Daniel and Elizabeth Cousteau on June 11, 1910. Cousteau always loved the water and in his early teens,…

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Born on May 4, 1922, New York, N.Y., U.S. Dr. Eugenie Clark is known as “The Shark Lady” because she studies sharks. Dr. Clark is…

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As the star of the country’s most successful syndicated television show Sea Hunt (1957-1961), Lloyd Bridges introduced scuba diving to millions of viewers across America….

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This is the place to find the best season at your favorite dive destinations. Listed in alphabetical order you’ll easily know where to go… and…

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