Share your underwater marine debris photos on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #BeneathTheWaves. Project AWARE will add them to their global “Beneath the Waves” photo collage to show decision-makers your underwater perspective and urge for long-term, global solutions to the marine debris issue.Read more ›
Free online course by Southampton University – Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology
FutureLearn are offering a free online course on maritime archaeology developed by Southampton University: Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology.
The four-week course started on 25th May but is open for registrations until the 20th June 2015. The free course is available to anyone from anywhere in the world who can log on to complete the course in their own time and broaden their knowledge of the underwater world.Read more ›
1. Crazy Amount of Fish Consistently ranked as one of the Caribbean’s top dive destinations on many reader’s choice awards, Bonaire is home to more than 470 fish species. Abundance is an understatement. Bonaire’s reefs contain virtually every single macro critter from the Reef Fish: Caribbean ID book and the […]Read more ›
The PADI Diving Society has organized unforgettable diving, parties and like-minded friendships for over 15 years. But what really goes on at these unique dive vacations? Veteran PADI Diving Society party goers reveal the top top reasons why they’ve already signed up for Total Submersion 2015 in Bonaire: a week-long dive event […]Read more ›
Eilat Red Sea are inviting scuba divers from all over the world – including you – to join them in setting a new Guinness World Record as part of “Storm in the Sea”. This exciting event takes place tomorrow, Friday 12th September, when hundreds of divers, 26 diving instructors, 32 production members […]Read more ›
As a scuba diver, you see the unfortunate affect of marine debris firsthand. Whether it’s plastic bottles, forgotten nets or small pieces of trash animals mistake for food, you witness how debris harms our beloved underwater world. Unfortunately, the problem is only going to get worse if nothing is done. This […]Read more ›