PADI Scuba Diving in the Galapagos Ralph and Joanne Bacon from Reefers and Wreckers have recently returned from The Galapagos Islands where they had the diving of their lives. The Galápagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands distributed
We are delighted to introduce you to the Friends for Sharks project and announce their website is now live. The Scuba News is a proud sponsor of this cause and we hope you will join us and Friends for Sharks
Real or fake? You decide! It is hard to tell from this video whether it is extremely good editing or if this was a genuine shark encounter. What do you think?
Blue O two M/Y Blue 'Honors Legacy' Well, it’s back to reality for me after an amazing trip to the Maldives. I was lucky enough to experience firsthand, so much of what the Maldives is renowned for, on land
We are emptying the ocean of sharks. As a diver and a global citizen acting locally, you can play a critical role in saving sharks. Here’s why your actions to protect sharks are so important: Shark Protection and CITES
The Western Australian shark cull policy has been submitted to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for review – now is our chance to let the EPA know that this policy is ‘environmentally unacceptable’ and needs to be removed. You can
Could this be the world’s luckiest diver?
Image courtesy of the FINdonesia Project Using local contacts and hidden cameras FINdonesia will highlight the fishing methods and offer a “live view” perspective of the harvesting of shark fins straight from the boats and shores of Indonesia. Other iconic
This could be the year we start to save, not slaughter, the shark The Guardian Newspaper in the UK is reporting that specialist restaurants in Beijing are changing their menus or closing down as the Far East begins to share world