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Scuba St. Lucia/Anse Chastenet Report in St. Lucia
"OK, not Great"
filed Sep 25, 2016 by Andrew Anderson (Experience: 101-250 dives, 2 reports)
2 stars

All dives close to shore, and were quite similar except for the wreck. Nice sponges and corals, lobsters, trumpetfish, interesting terr... ... Read more


Aqua Cat Cruises Report in Bahamas
"Mostly dead or dying reefs"
filed Sep 25, 2016 by Greg Luken (Experience: 251-500 dives, 2 reports)
3 stars

As stated in earlier reports, the majority of reefs are covered in algae and are in very unhealthy condition. Due to these conditions,... ... Read more


Mahekal Beach Resort Report in Cozumel and the Mexican Yucatan
"Playa del Carmen"
filed Sep 22, 2016 by Bernard Dubois (Experience: 501-1000 dives)
1 stars

I dive for 52 years. This month, my young wife and I went to Playa del Carmen for her to discover snorkling and diving. I was not expec... ... Read more


Aggressor Fleet Report in Fiji and Tuvalu/Kadavu Island
"Mis-selling and Mis-information and missing marine life"
filed Sep 22, 2016 by Adam Preston (Experience: Over 1000 dives)
3 stars

Aggressor advertise a trip to the Soft Coral Capital of the World and their webiste uses words like brilliant, dazzle any diver, vibran... ... Read more


Alor Divers Report in Indonesia/Alor
"Alor Divers and Ecoresort"
filed Sep 21, 2016 by ALAN WILLIS (Experience: 251-500 dives, 2 reports)
4 stars

Alor has world class diving, with lots of variety--corals, muck and critters, and (at one site) sharks and other pelagics. And no crowd... ... Read more


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Editor's Pick of the month

Diving In Indonesia Diving In Indonesia
by Sarah Ann Wormald

Indonesia covers a large area - an archipelago that consists of at least 17,500 islands. It's 3000 miles from Pulau Weh in the West to West Papua in the East, and nearly all of it has exceptionally good diving. A book that attempts to encompass such an area is very ambitious. Sarah Ann Wormald has concentrated on the areas that she knows, including Bali, North and South Sulawesi, Nusa Tengarra, Maluku and Raja Amat. The author writes with authority and the voice of someone who has actually experienced first-hand the places she writes about The maps are detailed, the photographs excellent. Whether you are interested in the macro-life of Lembeh, the mantas of Nusa Penida or the wobbegongs of Cape Kri, this is a useful volume in a format that can be carried with you.

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Scuba, the Sport of Grandparents!, 08/16
The Failure to Understand Your Computer, 08/16
Your Dive Travel Agent and Frequent Flyer Miles, 08/16
Flotsam & Jetsam, 07/16
A Tragically Glamorous Underwater Shoot, 07/16
Snorkels: Love 'em or Hate 'em?, 06/16
Fish & Fins, Palau Aggressor, Micronesia, 05/16
Want to Dive Cuba? How Americans Do It, 04/16
That Deep Stop Option on Your Computer, 04/16
A Death Attributed to Rental Gear, 03/16
Travel Agent or the Internet? Part I, 02/16
The Shortcomings of Winged BCs, 01/16
Class Action on Faulty Suunto Computers Continues, 01/16
XTC Dive Center, Xcalak, Mexico, 11/15
Barracuda Slaughter at McCauley Memorial, 10/15
Rest in Peace, Gladys Howard, 10/15
Palau Siren Grounds and Floods, 09/15
Get the Most from Your GoPro, 08/15
The Biggest Dive Lawsuit Payout to Date, 07/15
Aqua Safari and Living Underwater, Cozumel, 06/15
Molesting Dive Instructor Sees It as "Just Playing" with Female Divers, 05/15
How Any Diver Can Negotiate Group Dive Discounts, 05/15
A Tragedy of Dive Errors, 04/15
Petit Mustique, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, 04/15
What's a Heated Vest, and Should You Buy One?, 03/15
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Turning Oil Rigs into Diveable Reefs, 02/15
Should Diver Certification Last Forever?, 01/15
Are You Too Old to Dive?, 11/14
Wakatobi Dive Resort, Indonesia, 10/14
What to Do with Camera Batteries on Flights, 10/14
MV Fling, Flower Gardens, Texas, 09/14
Watch Out for Lionfish Stings, 09/14
The Dangers Above the Surface, 09/14
Drop the Dive Travel Weight: Part II, 08/14
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Drop the Dive Travel Weight: Part I, 07/14
An Underwater Attack Makes World Headlines, 06/14
Anatomy of a Free Flow, 06/14
Are Some Male Divers Too "Helpful?", 05/14
Sea Hunter, Cocos Island, Costa Rica, 04/14
Tax-Deductible Cocos Dive Trips, and Others Around the World, 04/14
The Decline of Dive Training: Part II, 04/14
Choose Your Dive Boat Wisely, 03/14
The Skinny on No-See-Ums, 9/07

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