Local Diving Articles

The St. Lawrence River

By Jennifer Hayes


Kauai’s Niihau

The search for na mea hulu

The search for na mea hulu
A Tale of Two Bays: Monterey and Carmel

By Andy and Allison Sallmon


Rhode Island Blues — and Makos

By Bill Fisher


Why Newfoundland?

By Joseph C. Dovala

Diving Canada's most eastern point
Nanaimo

By Brandon Cole

Shipwrecks and swift waters in an emerald sea
Kona: The Big Island’s Rich and Rugged West Coast

By Keri Wilk


Tobermory, Ontario

By Erica Blake

Variety and wrecks aplenty in clear, chilly water

Tobermory, Ontario Gallery

Photos by Andy Morrison


New Jersey: The Underwater Garden State

By Herb Segars


Big Things Cruise Off Florida’s Palm Beaches

By Walt Stearns


Palm Beach, Fla. Gallery

Photos by Walt Stearns


Washington's Olympic Peninsula Gallery

By Brandon Cole


Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

By Brandon Cole

Into the mist-cloaked Pacific
The Wrecks of Thunder Bay: A Photo Essay

By Stephanie Gandulla, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary


History Above and Below the Waves

By Stephanie Gandulla, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary


Bonne Terre Mine

By Andy Morrison


Bonne Terre Mine Gallery

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Shipwreck Empire

By Joe Poe

Diving the Graveyard of the Atlantic
North Carolina Wreck Diving Video Gallery

Explore the shipwreck empire
Cooper River, South Carolina

By Capt. Tom McMillan

Searching for ancient shark teeth
Little Known Catalina

By Joseph C. Dovala

Diving into history
Catalina Island

By Joseph C. Dovala

Twenty-two miles and a world away
The Quarries of Northwest Ohio

Text by Erica Blake, photos by Andy Morrison

Gems of the Midwest
San Diego, California

Text by Rob Dunton and Andy Sallmon, photos by Andy Sallmon

6,000 acres of kelp forests, wrecks and countless photo ops
Diving Wild in Browning Pass, British Columbia

By Jett Britnell

Thinking beyond tropical: an adventure diving destination
Southern California Rig Diving

By Brandon Cole

Sometimes the best diving is found in the unlikeliest places.
Anacapa Island Photo Gallery

Photos by Andy Sallmon

In addition to convenient access, Anacapa Island also offers diverse diving thrills.
Alger Underwater Preserve, Munising, Michigan

By Andy Morrison

Lake Superior's reliably good wreck diving.
Anacapa Island, California

Text by Rob Dunton, photos by Andy Sallmon

Enjoy pristine reefs, undersea arches, abundant fish and playful pinnipeds, all within 14 miles of the mainland.

Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Texas

By Jesse Cancelmo

A national treasure for divers to explore
Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve, Michigan

Text by Erica Blake, photos by Andy Morrison

Escape the ravages of time in the protected waters of Lake Huron.
Palm Beach County, Florida

By Kevin and Tanya GB Palmer

Abundant wrecks, healthy reefs, scads of fish and warm Gulf Stream water add up to world-class diving in southeast Florida.
San Clemente Island, California

By Jim Lima

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to infiltrate the pinnacles and kelp beds of the best-kept diving secret in the Channel Islands.
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