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 …
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, 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.
Ripping drift dives along lush reefs and dramatic walls draw more divers to Cozumel than any other location in the Caribbean. I took a look at the varied reef environments here and gave a service-heavy breakdown of Cozumel’s best dives, along with insiders’ tips from on-island diving experts that help readers dive Cozumel’s hardest-to-get-to reefs. Published in Scuba Diving magazine, August 2008.
See the many sides of the Bay Islands on this diving odyssey that explores from the Pigeon Cays of Roatan to the offshore whale shark grounds of Utila. Published in Scuba Diving magazine, June 2008.
Scuba Diving Magazine, Sept. 2008 Guadalupe shark diving operators may lose access to one of the world’s hottest spots for white shark …
Harrowing account of a diver who live to tell his tale of being attacked underwater by a monster alligator. Written for Scuba Diving magazine.