Divers are by nature an intrepid bunch. We’re the ones willing to travel far and wide to see what’s out there — what’s under… Read more »
Located in the heart of the South Pacific, Fiji is blessed with 333 tropical islands. Fiji’s white-sand beaches and pristine ocean waters offer an… Read more »
The travel plans of many divers look something like this: Get off the plane and get transported to a resort or live-aboard dive boat… Read more »
The second-largest island in Hawaii, Maui provides divers with phenomenal diving and a variety of other activities. The scenery is stunning, the beaches and… Read more »
At first all I could see was a tightly packed ball of yellow and brown tangs swarming over what I thought was the seafloor.… Read more »
Close your eyes and envision paradise. Your mind’s eye may conjure images of lush rain forests filled with cascading waterfalls, isolated beaches, snow-capped mountains,… Read more »
When it comes to careers in diving, I think I have been as fortunate as anyone who has ever donned a set of mask, fins and snorkel. After all, in a career that has spanned more than 35 years and 10,000-plus dives, I have made my living traveling the globe with my cameras and pen to help tell the story of the world’s oceans. I am not claiming to have seen or done it all, but my “been there, done that” list is getting pretty long. The beauty of diving is that the opportunities are limitless — I still have a long list of places I want to visit and animals I have not yet photographed.
Modern divers travel to all corners of the globe, and in doing so may encounter extraordinary health risks. These include uncommon bacterial and viral… Read more »