A wetsuit that’s flattering, warm, AND fits in all the right places?? It’s true! Truli Wetsuit’s CEO Mia Toose has designed wetsuits for everyBODY. 21 sizes including small, plus, and long torsos. Read my review here.
It’s that time of year again when Scuba Diving Magazine releases their annual Reader’s Choice Awards! We spend many hours underwater, around the globe. So who better to pick the very best of the bestthan us! A few of my favorites are on the list, are yours?
We see the headlines every day “coral reefs are dying!” Sadly, it’s true. But how important are coral reefs, really? Lets dive in.
It’s your turn for a liveaboard adventure! But, you’ve never been on a liveaboard vacation before… Where to begin?
It’s a common misconception that being a ‘green’ diver is difficult, now made nearly impossible in the age of Covid, but this is simply not true. The coronavirus has introduced many new challenges, but businesses and divers continue to come Continue Reading
In Kona, Hawaii I experienced one of the most magical dives ever. Kneeling in the sand I watch a dozen manta rays dive and dance above me. Watch it here…
Want to scuba dive Tobermory, Ontario, Canada? Read this diver’s review. Amazing visibility a surplus of shipwrecks, and the Fathom Five National Park..
What to do in St Kitts and Saba. There are oh-so-many exciting things to do and tailoring a holiday that captures a slice of everything, including scuba diving can prove challenging. Here are the Top 8 Things to Do in the Northeastern Caribbean.
A SUNSCREEN MANUAL FOR EXPLORER VENTURES IS YOUR SUN CREAM REEF-FRIENDLY? At this time, the term ‘reef-safe’ is unregulated and there are numerous brands offering ocean-friendly options. But how do we know which sunscreens are actually reef-safe and effective to use? In February Continue Reading
Squamish has a secret playground the world hasn’t discovered it yet! A long time mecca for mountain sports, Squamish has been explored to nearly every corner. Enthusiasts flock to the Sea-to-Sky because of its spectacular mountains, yet hardly anyone stops and plays in the Continue Reading