Cape Cod offers great diving with saltwater ponds, narrow creeks, marshes and more. There are also great critters to see. Read more about what Cape Cod has to offer and how to dive it.
Catalina Island is a small land mass barely 25 miles off the coast of Los Angeles. The coastline and area offer countless diving possibilities. Read more about diving around Catalina Island.
October is the perfect time to enjoy Lake Champlain’s wrecks as well as the surrounding colorful foliage. The dive destination has a lot to offer. Learn more!
Don’t let its size fool you: Rhode Island offers divers a lot to see — including some great shark sightings. Read more about where and how to dive in Rhode Island.
North Carolina boasts 301 miles of coastline and is known as a wreck diver’s paradise. There are wrecks for every experience level from novice to advanced technical diving.
Pennsylvania is not known as a premier dive destination, but on the east side of the state is a gem for divers. Dutch Springs is an old quarry-turned-lake and was made into a scuba diving facility.
Monterey Bay and Carmel Bay in California are great places to dive. The waters are temperate and the marine protected areas offer great sea life. Read more about diving the bays.
Anacapa Island, California, offers divers pristine coral reefs, undersea arches, abundant fish and playful pinnipeds — allwithin 14
Located in the Gulf of Mexico, the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary is home to a variety of sea critters and is a treat to dive.
The St. Lawrence River widens into a rich estuary. It’s a rich dive site with lots for divers to check out. Learn more about the St. Lawrence River.