On St. Kitts, modern-day cruise ships unload their sun-tanned passengers into the dock-adjacent shopping centers of Basseterre, but slower travelers—those interested in staying for more than a day in port—can find a less polished St. Kitts, one that overflows with quintessentially Caribbean sights, sounds and flavors.
Grenada is one of those places that defy reason. It boasts pristine beaches, endless Caribbean adventure, and a vibrant population of warm, locals, yet the island barely registers with many seasoned Caribbean travelers. But their loss is your gain because this lush volcanic isle in the far southeastern Caribbean might just be one of the best off-the-beaten-track escapes you’ve never heard of.
A new liveaboard scuba diving boat in Papua New Guinea’s Milne Bay offers open-ocean pinnacles and world-class muck diving at the heart of the Coral Triangle. Published in Scuba Diving magazine.
Belted into the passenger seat of a four-door pickup — the bed full of dive gear — I’m rolling down a narrow …
A thrilling account of diving with spinner dolphins off Lanai, Hawaii, from Sport Diver’s October 2009 roundup of the world’s best big-animal adventures.
Uncover the secrets of the Red Sea’s greatest wreck with a dive deep into the bowels of the S.S. Thistlegorm, published in Scuba Diving magazine.
Scuba diving into the far, flooded corners of the world’s largest abandoned lead mine, published in Scuba Diving magazine, June 2009.
Scuba Diving, Nov. 2008
From the Philippines to the Solomon Islands, the Coral Triangle is the world’s hottest region for on-the-fringe diving.
For one weekend, recreational divers can see the world through commercial diving hats at the Ocean Corporation’s Commercial Diving Experience. From the December 2008 issue of Scuba Diving magazine.
Ten tips for navigating common dive vacation disasters. From Scuba Diving magazine, October 2008.