Gilbert has a history of successful unique artistic ventures created by a vivid imagination; a love for the splendid creatures living in hidden aquatic environments and a lifetime cause in communicating the mysteries of underwater environments.
Well it is a milestone that we never envisaged those many moons ago. The Scuba…
Molchanov, a Russian freediver, recently set the new Guinness World Record with his 180-meter (590-foot) monofin swimming under the ice of the Ameryevsky Dolomites.
Sadly, it’s more than just turtles at risk. In fact, studies have shown that marine life is disappearing at twice the speed of life on land.
Hear the story of this great ship from the Friends of Keewatin organization’s Chairman, Eric Conroy
Visual artist and illustrator sharing her love of the world underwater.
The Scuba News Canada is proud to present Jill Heinerth’s first of four presentations on diving physiology.
While we continue to celebrate what this update means for the Gulf, we can’t let it overshadow that we are still waiting for a decision from the court on our case.
Lionfish are one of the most invasive aquatic species in history. They have been decimating reefs and weakening ecosystems across the Western Atlantic for over 30 years, unchecked and unchallenged. Now is the time to fight.
With waves breaking over the bow the Alexandria grounded on the sand underneath the Scarborough Bluffs, and the ship began to break up.
This much-loved event offers ocean lovers an opportunity to take an in-depth look at the fascinating underwater world.