Since 1978 Stuart Cove’s Dive Bahamas has been taking divers to the best reefs, wrecks and coral walls Nassau has to offer. Whether you’re making your first visit or returning for your 100th, Stuart Cove is dedicated to providing you with a unique and thrilling dive experience.
New shark conservation legislation passed in the Bahamas creates permanent shark sanctuary and bans shark products
Email us for information about holding your wedding or renewing your vows underwater in Nassau, Bahamas! email@example.com. All ceremonies are preformed by Matthew Sweeting, a native Bahamian, non-denominational pastor and licensed marriage officer. Matthew can help with your entire wedding process. You can choose to get married or renew your vows on a wreck or reef dive
Nassau, The Bahamas – March 2, 2011 – Dr. Guy Harvey, world-renowned scientist and marine wildlife artist, has joined the growing ranks of individuals and organizations calling for strict regulations to ban the commercial fishing of all sharks in The Bahamas. In support of the program, Dr.Harvey is releasing a custom-designed “Protect Bahamian Sharks” campaign logo and poster this week while visiting Nassau to meet with government officials.
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General Destination Information: With 700 islands, 2,500 tiny cays, and 100,000 square miles of ocean containing it all, the Bahamas collectively comprise a massive scuba and snorkel paradise. Yet to know but one part of the Bahamas is to ...
Stephen Frink shares his experiences capturing images of the ocean's most famous predators in this Nov. 7 - 14, 2003, week in review.
Our annual photography competition showcases underwater images in four categories: macro, wide-angle, divers and behavior. We were blown away by submissions from shooters across the globe. Enjoy the show in this photo gallery.
The answer to the December Geo Quiz is...
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.
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