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World’s First Scuba GS Troop Continues to Achieve

Last year, we at Scuba H2O Adventures Magazine covered Girl Scout Troop 40348 of Central Texas: the world’s first scuba diving girl scout troop....

Bamboo Reef: A Beacon for Diving

Article by John Tapley; photos courtesy Bamboo Reef Scuba divers the world over have high regard for Monterey Bay:...

AES SCUBA Program Inspires The Next Generation of Divers

Citrus County, Florida is well recognized in the scuba diving world for its strong, driven community, which has fervently promoted good environmental stewardship and...
Project Komodo

Project Komodo©: Leaving Nothing Behind

The vitality of the world’s oceans is in peril: ocean acidification has devastated sea star populations; mounds of swirling trash – gyres – have...

Tacoma: City of Destiny

Article by Rick Stratton: Photos Courtesy Bandito Charters and Underwater Sports  Tacoma, the city of Destiny, is a hub...

ScubaNation Delves into Florida’s Cave Diving

Beyond recreational diving is the world of technical: a discipline that demands the utmost skill, dedication, and precision. Going into deeper depths establishes a degree of confidence: expanding horizons in pursuit of greater accomplishments. Cave diving, with its own set of rules and requirements, requires this confidence in spades, and in turn, opens up a unique world between water and earth: places few have even seen. Delving into the blue, scuba diving television program ScubaNation, is sharing the challenges and adrenaline of cave diving in Suwannee County, Florida: an area lauded as one of the greatest cave diving destinations in the entire world.

The 3Rs: Exploring SoCal’s Near-Shore Public Safety Program

Scuba diving is a thrilling sport that pushes participants past their limitations, unveiling a captivating environment few experience. Pursuing these submerged zeniths is not...

DEMA Honors Jessica Keller as the 2018 Wave Maker

The Diving Equipment & Marketing Association (DEMA) honored Jessica Keller as the DEMA 2018 Wave Maker at the annual DEMA Trade Show and Convention...

Florida’s Perfect Environmental Storm: The Complex Balance of Biodiversity and Sustainability

In biblical terms, many scholars believe the Nile river ‘turning into a river of blood’ as described by Exodus is actually a red tide.

South’s Got Sunshine and No Cloudy Days – But WE GOT NYUPS, Larry Cohen,...

BCoastal southern states have warm blue water, pretty tropical fish, and comparatively easier diving - while we in the northeast have cold, green water...
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