Set on 46 secluded acres of lush Caribbean waterfront, the Blue Waters Inn offers access to some of the Caribbean’s best diving. Here are the top 3 reasons to dive with Blue Waters Inn:1. Close to phenomenal dive sitesJump on one of the three of Blue Waters’ covered dive boats to explore many spectacular dives sites just two to five minutes from the hotel’s private dock. Founded in 1994, the onsite dive shop is just steps from your hotel room and can accommodate divers of all levels, including those wanting to learn to dive for the first time.
The Underwater Explorers Society is situated in the heart of Port Lucaya on Grand Bahama Island and offers a wealth of activities, a full bar and restaurant, dive training pool, new rental gear and comfy dive boats. Whether you’re new to scuba diving or have years of experience, UNEXSO is designed to provide you with the ultimate dive vacation.
As some of the most hospitable people in the world, Fijian locals are renowned for hosting massive feasts. But scuba divers will discover Fiji’s biggest banquet is located underwater. With 330 islands embraced by brilliant coral reefs teeming with marine life, Fiji offers a smorgasbord of the world's best diving. Here are three of the most popular items on Fiji’s menu of diving delights.To learn more about everything Fiji has to offer, click here.
Starting in August, viewers will be able to download the second installment in the Drop Zone video series on iTunes. This award-winning dive and surf documentary turns viewers on to scuba diving and the underwater world in the gorgeous island nation of Fiji.
Accomplished cinematographer and director, Adam Ravetch, shares how his year
as a Rolex Scholar was a launching pad for his prolific career making
wildlife films. His professional achievements include projects with National
Geographic TV, co-directing "Arctic Tale" for Paramount Studios, sequence
cinematography for "Earth" from DisneyNature, and many more fascinating
Under the polar ice cap lies a hidden universe, a spectacular ecosystem that is rapidly disappearing due to climate change. This spring a crew of eight young scuba divers and adventurers — and one very cool dog — set out to catalog what we are losing with DeepSea Under the Pole, an expedition mounted by Rolex, which has supported extreme exploration since the 1930s.