The Niagara Divers’ Association will present its 24th Annual Shipwrecks Symposium on Saturday, April 7th, 2018. This one-day symposium on shipwrecks will feature multimedia presentations with internationally renowned speakers from both the United States and Canada.
Author Kathy Dowsett
The scope of Canadian diver Jill Heinerth’s contributions to the underwater world is defined by the magnitude of her work. She is a cave diver, explorer of the deep, writer, photographer and film maker. PBS, the National Geographic channel and BBC have broadcast films that were created by Jill. The directors who have consulted her include James Cameron. She has written books and produced documentaries.
If you read my story about how I shattered the lens of my dive mask when I took a giant stride off a friend’s boat, I was happy with the response of HOLLIS.
At Terra Nova National Park in Newfoundland, Jill Heinerth had the incredible opportunity to dive into a bloom of jellyfish
Scuba divers love to explore shipwrecks. But they must do it without touching the wreck. Wooden hulls can be can be easily damaged after lying at the bottom of the St. Lawrence River. “Wood underwater for 200 years is more like sponge,” says Tom Scott, a scuba diver and a member of a volunteer organization called Save Ontario Shipwrecks.
The PEI SCUBA Divers group is excited to announce the discovery of a new shipwreck in PEI waters.
Applications for scholarships and training grants for 2018 from the non-profit Women Divers Hall of Fame are now closed. This organization honours and raises awareness of the contributions of outstanding women divers. It provides educational, mentorship, financial, and career opportunities to the diving community throughout the world.
For Steven Rodenhizer, a combination of scuba diving, university and teaching would influence his career path.
Blue Planet II is due for release in 2017. This series is about natural history, and like its predecessor, The Blue Planet (2001), it is narrated by naturalist Sir David Attenborough.