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Jumping Into Jamaica: A Scuba Diver’s Guide to Paradise

Jamaica is a scuba diver’s paradise above and below the surface. Learn about what you can see, the best times to visit and more!

Life Gets Stressful; Diving Can Help

Scuba diving offers many benefits that align with recommended stress mitigation strategies, including deep breathing, regular exercise, time away from screens, meditation and connection with others.

A Serpent Submersion: Diving with Anacondas

As a leading wildlife photographer, Leighton Lum has come eye-to-eye with some amazing animals above and below the water. The dive he’ll never forget involves scuba diving with a giant anaconda in Brazil’s Pantanal region. 

Swimming With Whales: Does Human Activity Affect Orcas?

How is orca behavior affected by human presence? A group of 14 women spent three weeks snorkeling off the coast of Tromsø, Norway, to find out.

Conservation Couture: Fashions that Drive Change for the Ocean

New York Fashion Week is about so much more than clothing; the event highlights what matters to us and early cultural shifts. With the culmination of this year’s fashion week, we’re featuring looks from divers, designers and conservationists that support a healthier ocean.

The Ocean Festival You Need to Know About

Saba’s Sea & Learn festival fosters conservation, connection and change

An Unforgettable Dive: the Reef that Transformed Me

Scuba divers love to share their favorite tips and tails from dive trips. This column highlights some of those. Science writer and author Juli Berwald was forever changed by a thriving reef in Tela, Honduras.

Names for Groups of Marine Life That Are Sure to Make You Laugh

From “shivers” of sharks to “armies” of herring, the marine world is full of interesting and unique ways to refer to groups of animals.


“Kelping” the Earth

Lobstermen in New England are pivoting to climate-friendly kelp farming—to sustain themselves and the planet.