Beneath the ocean waves, our underwater history provides evidence of events and people that have contributed to our maritime landscape. Research on submerged sites is an ever-evolving frontier where discoveries […]
Vancouver Island boasts fantastic shipwrecks, stunning marine life and more. There are plenty of photo opportunities both underwater and above. Read more about traveling to Vancouver Island and how to dive it.
Get a first-hand look at diving in Kauai’s Niihau. The diver discusses searching for the Niihau volcano and more.
Newfoundland is Canada’s most eastern point and is not often considered a must-do dive destination. Hopefully, this article will change that. Learn more about why diving Newfoundland is world class.
Located in Missouri, Bonne Terre Mine was closed in 1961 and has since been converted to a haven for scuba divers. Read more about how to dive at Bonne Terre Mine.
The Olympic Peninsula, at the tip of Washington state, has impressive topography, stellar marine life, interesting rock formations and much more. Learn more about diving the Olympic Peninsula.
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.
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.
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.
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.