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A Wreck Like No Other: Diving Into the Transatlantic Slave Trade

Kamau Sadiki describes the “intense” experience of diving on the last known slave ship to bring captured Africans into the United States, entering the spaces they lived and suffered in.

The Longest Dive Trip Yet

This diver sold everything to sail the globe in search of the coolest off-the-grid dive destinations.

H2Organisms: Exploring the Intricate World Below the Surface

Take a deep dive into learning about the gelatinous animals that make for a wondrous, watery world.

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Chasing the Real Cousteau in Provence

Twenty-five years after Cousteau’s death, his vibrant legacy is alive and well along his native French shores, where a diver travels to experience the local impact of a global hero.

VIDEO: New Deep Ocean Ecosystem—‘The Trapping Zone’—Discovered in the Maldives

Micro-nekton caught in benthic geography are supporting a food chain in a never-before-seen environs more than 1,600 feet deep.

400-Year-Old Wreck Discovered Well-Preserved in German River

What is likely a single-mast cargo ship sits in a predominantly saltwater stretch of the river Trave and was first spotted by sonar in 2020.

Exploring Portugal from Marine to Cuisine as a Scuba Diver

Portugal delights above and below the waves, from castles to wrecks and reefs to restaurants.

Scientists Discover Incredibly Salty Underwater Lakes On the Floor of the Red Sea

In partnership with the marine exploration nonprofit OceanX, University of Miami scientists using ROVs discovered the massive brine pools more than a mile deep.

Say Hello to Hells Bells, the World’s Largest Collection of Living Stalactites

Zapote Cenote, nicknamed Hells Bells, gives divers the chance to get up close and personal with a rare underwater phenomenon.

Scientists Are Saving Ancient Cave Art From Rising Sea Levels—And You Can Tour The Submerged Cavern

Researchers are racing to complete digitization of ancient cave art in a submerged Mediterranean cavern as rising sea levels and plastic pollution threaten to scrub them from the annals of history.