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An underwater photographer makes his approach to this large loggerhead slow and low so as to not spook his subject

World’s Best Destinations to Dive with Sea Turtles

The Palm Beach County coast is one of the few places in the world where divers can encounter all five species of sea turtles...
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DIVE WITH BULL SHARKS

If you love sharks and adrenaline, diving with bull sharks in Playa del Carmen is the perfect adventure for you. Every year, during the winter...

10 AWESOME Grenada wrecks

There are few countries globally that can compete with Grenada and Carriacou when it comes to shipwrecks, never mind just in the Caribbean, and...

Shearwater NERD 2 – Is it ULTIMATE Must Have Gadget?

Shearwater NERD 2 The world’s first near-eye remote display for scuba divers the Shearwater NERD has been redesigned for enhanced flexibility and reliability. In addition...

Suunto EON Core Review 6 Month Test

Suunto EON Core The Suunto EON Core is the ‘baby brother’ of the EON Steel, and shares the same vivid colour TFT screen, but where...

Bonaire – the home of diving freedom

Colourful sponges and encrusting corals caked every square inch of the wreck, providing a riot of vibrant tones every time my dual camera strobes...

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U-352 German U-boat of the North Carolina Coast

U-352 – North Carolinas World War II Shipwreck

Today, the U-352 is one of North Carolina’s signature wreck sites. For divers making the journey to Morehead City, it stands near the top of the list. Even with the dive briefing fresh in your mind, seeing the U-352 materialize off the bottom, sitting with a 45-degree list to starboard, is an amazing sight. Located some 35 miles offshore, the U-352 lies within close proximity of the Gulf Stream, which often times rewards divers with visibility upwards of 100 feet.
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