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Tubbataha: Coral Kingdom of the Sulu Sea

The reef was healthy. In fact, exquisitely healthy. Hard and soft corals crowded each other for space while clouds of Anthias in rainbow...

Maldives Liveaboard Partners with Manta Trust

All SCUBA divers have “the list”: places we want to visit, dive sites we wish to explore, specific marine life we want to encounter....

Seafood Sourcing Transparency: An Innovative Mission

For many, eating seafood is an essential part of their diet. But when you go to a seafood market, or when you...

Re-Opening the Ponquogue Bridge

In the hamlet of Hampton Bays on Long Island’s south shore, a 2812-foot-long bridge spans the Shinnecock Bay. This bridge is made of concrete,...

Cauayan: Diving the Rock

By Eco-Photo Explorers : Michael Salvarezza and Christopher P. Weaver The Sulu Sea in the Philippines is home...

U.S. Coast Guard Removes Oil from World War II Wreck Coimbra

The violence of war has taken an immeasurable toll on human civilization and has left deep scars on both the people that inhabit...

Antigua: Lord Horatio Nelson’s Island

Antigua is the largest of the British Leeward Islands (108 sq. miles) and enjoys world renown amongst knowledgeable sailors, due largely to its rich nautical history. Lord Horatio Nelson based his fleet here during colonial times and visitors to English Harbor on the southeast side of the island can visit Nelson’s Dockyard, a carefully restored example of British Georgian architecture. During the annual “Sailing Week”, hundreds of yachts can be seen crowding this harbor with competitors swapping stories of sailing and carousing, each tale growing larger and larger as the week goes on.

Diving the First Submarine Base in the United States

New Suffolk is a sleepy little hamlet tucked into a corner of the North Fork of New York’s Long Island and situated...

LIDA, History and a Staircase: Connecting Divers with the Wreck of...

The Revolutionary War defined the beginnings of an independent United States but it was a struggle of historic proportions both on land and...

From Montauk to Breezy Point Brooklyn – LIDA’s GOT IT COVERED!...

Hat’s Off to Barry Lipsky and the whole Long Island Dive Association leadership team -- again this year – for an inspiring, informative, fun,...
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