What happens when Facebook fans plan a dive trip to one of the Caribbean's most popular dive destinations?
A former lighthouse off North Carolina is reborn as a hotel
Stuart Cove’s shark-feeding experience is the most famous dive in the Bahamas and with good reason. It’s controlled chaos — a frenzy of action that’s nearly impossible to keep up with. In this video, experience this iconic dive alongside Sport Diver editor David Espinosa.
Our new Honduras Dive + Travel guide lets adventurous divers explore the Central American eco hotspot and dive Mecca of Honduras.
It's quite a shipwreck tale: There were no storm warnings when one of the 18th-century ships in the fleet of the Dutch East India company left Agra, India — home of the Taj Mahal — and headed for the Orient. The captain and crew had survived monsoons, but they were no match for a typhoon that swept them on to the rocks of the Indian Ocean’s Great Basses Reef off the southern coast of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). Few records were recovered relating to the loss of life or the thousands of silver rupees that were part of the merchant ship’s cargo.
What happens when you prepare yourself for a specific type of underwater photography, but the ocean has other plans for you? Why, go to Plan B, of course. While diving in Indonesia's Raja Ampat islands and facing some current, Ellen Cuylaerts explains how she learned to go with the flow.
From North Carolina to Australia, these eight destinations are guaranteed to provide both excellent scuba diving and opportunities to shoot photos that will impress your friends.
Following the success of the inaugural Utila Dive Festival on August 2012, the dive operators of Utila in the Bay Islands of Honduras are organizing the 2nd Utila Dive Festival, promoting Utila as a destination for scuba diving activities and training as well as the islands lifestyle and culture.
Join Sport Diver Editor-in-Chief David Espinosa and Photographer Keri Wilk at the Tobago Photosafari
This July, drift dive some of the healthiest reefs in the world, see the world’s largest brain coral, get up close and personal with sharks, turtles and rays, explore lush tropical rainforests, and capture the week using a SeaLife DC1400 camera.
Scuba diving might be a buddy sport, but that doesn’t mean you always need to bring one with you. Done right, traveling alone is a great way to meet new people and have a blast underwater.