Malta’s S-31 Schnellboot

At the end of last year, I managed to scoop an exclusive on Malta’s new tech wrecks. Using side-scan sonar, the hand-picked team discovered...

Florida Roadtrip Fort Myers Part Two

If you missed part one of this epic adventure, you can read it in the new Scuba Diver Destinations #1 magazine. I arrived in Fort...

Why Wakatobi? 10 Great Reasons You Should Go There Now

Wakatobi Dive Resort captures the imagination and fuels the dive addiction the moment you arrive. This stunning destination is unmissable for world-class diving, barefoot...

Mike Ball Dive Expeditions – Five decades of diving

1969. It was the year man first set foot on the moon, thousands of rock ‘n’ roll fans descended on Woodstock, and the first...

Is Vortex the No. 1 Luxury Scuba Diving Liveaboard?

Divers know that a diving liveaboard gives us the opportunity to reach some of the world’s greatest dive sites, and these days, you don’t...

Tulamben and Nusa Penida a twin centre with a twist

Around five years ago, I made a solo dive trip to the Indonesian island of Bali, staying in Tulamben. I thought it was great...

10 AWESOME Grenada wrecks that will make you LUST for rust!

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

EVERYTHING you need to KNOW about sea turtles

No matter where are you coming to snorkel or dive in Riviera Maya – it´s either Playa del Carmen, Cancun, Tulum or Puerto Aventuras...

It’s time for Bonaire Madness!

Escape the winter weather early December and come visit Bonaire! Just before the start of the holidays you can enjoy a week of sun, fun...

Cenote El Pit

THE BEST YUCATAN’S CENOTE TO DIVE IN  CENOTE EL PIT Level: Advanced Depth: between 30 to 40 m Temperature: 26C Highlights: Sunbeams, formations, hydrogen sulfide cloud LOCATION This unique and mystical cenote is located inside...