This standout fleet won 20 awards for its Red Sea-, Maldives- and Indonesia- based liveaboards
A look at the current dive scene in the Red Sea, Mauritius and Hawaii
Escape the crowds by visiting these often-overlooked scuba meccas, from the United States to Jordan.
A WWII wreck and an abandoned Cousteau research station beckon liveaboard divers below the waves and into history.
Sunk in 2019, the old Lockheed Martin L1011 Tristar airplane has become an artificial reef and a world-class dive site.
In partnership with the marine exploration nonprofit OceanX, University of Miami scientists using ROVs discovered the massive brine pools more than a mile deep.
Underwater observations of bottlenose dolphins show pods of dolphins rub themselves on specific coral species, which may prevent or treat an infection.
Since 1994, the vessels in the All Star Liveaboards fleet have earned countless Readers Choice Awards. in 2022, they added 36 more.
Metalheads will adore these domestic and international wreck meccas.