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Dream Duo: Critter-Spotting and Reef Diving in Indonesia

Diving in Indonesia can deliver decidedly different experiences, depending on where you are. To the north, Lembeh is a muck diver’s paradise, but head south to Raja Ampat for some of the most remarkable reefs you can find.

My Escape from Reality—Diving the Shores of Bonaire

Divers’ first island getaway since COVID delivers wrecks, frogfish turtles and a soulful refresh in this shore diving paradise.

The Mothers of Invention: A Brief History of the Evolution of Women’s Dive Gear

Women have struggled to find dive gear that fit properly since the invention of SCUBA. Read on for a fascinating look at the evolution of women's dive gear.

Tracking the Missing Metridiums of San Diego's HMCS Yukon

How climate change has affected California wildlife, especially the metridium anemones on the HMCS *Yukon* shipwreck off San Diego.

About California Divers in Particular: Mourning the Conception Dive Boat Tragedy

The M/V Conception dive boat tragedy had a huge emotional impact on the Southern California scuba diving community. One diver reflects on how the pain and hope for the future.

Diving the Solomon Islands on the Bilikiki Liveaboard

Once a theater of war, the Solomon Islands offer world-class scuba diving in the South Pacific via the *Bilikiki* liveaboard.

Why Tobago is a Standout Caribbean Dive Destination

Tobago is a great scuba diving destination thanks to its beautiful color, thriving marine life and more.

Is California Kelp Making a Comeback?

It seems a changing climate is inevitable, but one diver finds reason for hope.

Scuba Diving in San Diego: A Travel Guide

San Diego is one of the finest dive cities in the United States. Unparalleled variety awaits in the rich kelp forests, expansive wrecks and unique canyons, where sea lions, torpedo rays and coral gardens await.