Diving Georgia’s Jewel

Gray’s Reef lies in the tropical-temperate transition zone, which makes for a colorful community
of marine life not often found coexisting.

Black sea bass pokes its head out of red corals

Big Things Cruise Off Florida’s Palm Beaches

Palm Beach, Fla. is home to over-the-top marine life from giant groupers to sharks. But overall, Palm Beach is a great place for divers. Read more about diving in Palm Beach.

A big lemon shark lies on the bottom of the ocean

On a Mission

There’s a big difference between casual, submerged sightseeing — happy-snapping pictures of whatever you run across while blowing bubbles — and diving dedicated to carefully searching select sites, sometimes during a particular season or time of day, to find and photograph predefined species. It’s possible to luck out while wandering about, but success more often […]

sixgill shark in the Salish Sea

Looe Key

Looe Key is considered a gem within the Florida Keys. The reef boasts corals, sharks, rays, grouper and many other species of wildlife. Learn more about diving Looe Key.

A sad-looking grouper with spotty flesh, floats over a coral reef

New Jersey: The Underwater Garden State

Diving off the coast of New Jersey can be enjoyed through underwater photography, shipwreck diving, tours through artificial reefs and rock piles and so much more. Read more about diving in New Jersey.

Diver approaches a sponge-encrusted shipwreck

Florida’s Blue Heron Bridge

Blue Heron Bridge in Florida has a wide diversity of sea critters that thrive in these waters. It’s a place loved by new and seasoned divers. Learn more about diving “the bridge.”

Loggerhead turtle looks woefully at camera

San Clemente Island, California

San Clemente Island, Calif., is owned and operated by the U.S. Navy but surrounding waters are open to divers. Learn more about diving San Clemente Island.

An angry Pacific rock crab stands in front of a red gorgonian

Santa Barbara: The Elusive Isle

Off of California’s coast is Santa Barbara Island, and it is teaming with delightful dive sites. Sea lions abound and there are plenty of other marine life. Learn more about diving in Santa Barbara Island.

Aerial view of Santa Barbara Island

San Diego, California

San Diego, Calif. is not just home to great beaches and beach towns — it also offers diverse dive opportunities from shipwrecks to animal encounters. Read more about diving in San Diego.

Diver distantly looks at a sponge-encrusted shipwreck

Alabama’s Gulf Coast

The Gulf Coast of Alabama is home to some great diving including the largest artificial reef program in the United States. Read more about diving in Alabama.

Blue-green angelfish over red corals