A fantastic video by Below The Surface - Sylvain Camps "Rangiroa is the largest atoll in the Tuamotus, and one of the largest in [...]
“On a February day in 1969, off the shore of northern California, a US Navy crane carefully lowered 300 tons of metal into the Pacific Ocean. The massive tubular structure was an audacious feat of engineering — a pressurized underwater habitat, complete with science labs and living quarters for an elite group of divers who hoped to spend days or even months at a stretch living and working on the ocean floor."
A must watch ^^^^, Guillaume Nery’s new short film (12 min) is finally out. “Turn out the light, put your headphones and freedive with me around the world…”
Hawaiian Monk Seal meets Manta Rays from Manta Ray Advocates Hawaii. "Waimanu - a Hawaiian Monk seal - was seen at the Manta Ray Night [...]
4k Anilao Critters from Diving Video Dive Trip to Anilao, Batangas, Philippines, March 2015 - Bueco Anilao Resort and Dive - Blackmagic Camera 4K in Nauticam Uw [...]
Infidel Fish-Net Clean-up from ghostfishingorg. Ghost net removal at the well known "Infidel" wreck off Catalina Island, CA. Find out more about ghost fishing at www.ghostfishing.org [...]
Find out October 12-21! Aquarius 2010: If Reefs Could Talk Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live underwater? Well, from October [...]
A must watch for everyone, Guillaume Nery base jumping at Dean's Blue Hole, filmed on breath hold by Julie Gautier...
This is a very cool idea that provides divers with the opportunity to contribute to marine conservation simply by sharing their diving experiences. earthdive is [...]
David, Dr. Wood and I recently returned from MarineBio's expedition to Indonesia where we spent two weeks in the Lembeh Strait and the Bunaken National [...]
It's that time again. Shark Week on Discovery Channel. I haven't been tuning in for the past few years because I'm always disappointed that they don't [...]
I was reading through an email update from Undercurrent this morning — great publication by the way — which [...]