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Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with the First Underwater Imagery in Google Maps

Good news for those who have always desired to go scuba diving into the picturesque Great Barrier Reef, but never seem to have afforded or had time to undertake it. Google has come out with its latest addition to the Google Maps service: underwater panoramic views of six special sea spots that is a virtual […]

Plan Your Next Scuba Vacation in Fort Lauderdale

Plan Your Next Scuba Vacation in Fort Lauderdale

When most people think of the Fort Lauderdale in Florida, they imagine great beaches, casinos, chic restaurants with terrific dining experiences, night clubs and fantastic inland waterways. But Fort Lauderdale is much more than this. It is flowing with water-based activities and offers great scuba diving opportunities with excellent visibility, warm water temperatures and no […]

Scuba Diving in St. Lucia

Scuba Diving in St. Lucia

With crystal clear turquoise waters fringed by white sandy beaches, vast stretches of coral reef surrounding the island, amazing underwater life and year round tropical climate, St. Lucia is fast becoming one of the most popular diving holiday destinations in the Caribbean. Watersports are a way of life on this island, where a coastline of […]

Top ten dive sites around the world

Top ten dive sites around the world

Experienced scuba divers long to explore underwater kingdoms, surrounded by strange and wonderful wildlife. Use your savings to finance trips to some of the top ten dive sites in the world. One of the best dive sites in the world is Yongala in Queensland, Australia. This shipwreck site is the final resting place for the […]

Australia to Create World’s Largest Marine Reserve

Recently, the Australian government has come with the ‘biggest ever step’ in ocean conservation, announcing that it will create the world’s largest network of marine sanctuaries, which will cover more than 1.1 million square miles of ocean, encompassing the third of the island continent’s territorial waters. The country currently has a total of 27 marine […]

Best Kavieng Dive Sites

Best Kavieng Dive Sites

Located at the far northwestern end of the island of New Ireland in Papua New Guinea, Kaveing is a picture-perfect example of the idyllic pacific paradise and an island haven of clear waters and springs, fabulous beaches and towering mountains and this is just the beginning. The waters surrounding the island are known as one […]

Fantastic Dive to Namena Marine Park

Fantastic Dive to Namena Marine Park

The joy of diving in the fascinating islands of Fiji is in its crystal-clear turquoise warm waters, fantastic marine life and easy access to the sites. From this point, the awe-inspiring Namena Marine Park, found in the Namena Island, is no exception with some of the best diving in Fiji. Located between the 2 main […]

Australia’s Best Dive Sites

Australia’s Best Dive Sites

Australia is a renowned holiday destination for a number of reasons. It has great beaches, bustling cities and a warm and sunny climate. However, one of the reasons many holidaymakers fly to Australia is the abundance of great locations for adventure sports and in particular diving. Here are the best five dive sites in Australia. […]

‘Virtual diving’ Very Close to Reality

‘Virtual diving’ Very Close to Reality

Breaking news for those who truly appreciate the incredible beauty and splendor beneath the waters; many scuba divers throughout the world and marine conservationists soon will cooperate with Google and its partners to be included in the most original and special survey of the Great Barrier Reef ever undertaken. Tens of thousands of 360-degree high […]

Tina Watson Dies while Scuba Diving

Tina Watson Dies while Scuba Diving

Gabe Watson has been found guilty for his wife’s Tina Watson’s death while scuba diving. The prosecutors from the state’s attorney general office announced that Watson switched off Tina Thomas Watson’s air supply while they were diving in the Great Barrier Reef in an attempt to collect on a life insurance policy. Watson, who has […]

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