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

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

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

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

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

Between the Depths and the Shallows

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.

Back-lit lily pads look pink in color

Rhode Islands Blues — And Makos

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.

A shortfin mako has beady eyes and its mouth is open. It looks fierce and hungry

A Tale of Two Bays: Monterey & Carmel

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.

Two orange starfish and a purple starfish are stuck to a rock

The St. Lawrence River

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.

A young fluffy seal takes shelter under a large piece of ice

Tobermory, Ontario

If you’re diving in Ontario, be ready for frigid waters. But, Ontario boasts spectacular diving — including breathtaking shipwrecks. Read more about diving in Ontario and how exactly to dive the locale.

Giant propeller and a sunken ship