Diver Travel News2018-08-01T18:45:32+00:00

DIVER TRAVEL NEWS

In the thick of the action

There’s a new player in divers’ happy hunting ground of the eastern Pacific, now that Aggressor Adventures has added a 24th dive-yacht to its roster – in the shape of the 41m Socorro Aggressor. Read more...

Bubble-free on Bloody Bay Wall

The depths of the seemingly bottomless Bloody Bay Wall in  in the Cayman Islands will be a special attraction when Grand Cayman-based dive-centre Divetech holds its rebreather event Innerspace 2019. Read more...

Be an Argonaut to Cocos

Cocos Island is home to around 30 species of coral, 300 species of fish and 27 endemic fish species including the rosy-lipped batfish. Not to mention lots of sharks. Read more...

Passage to Socorro

Accessible only by liveaboard, Mexico's Revillagigedo Islands, otherwise known as Socorro, are associated with unusually close-up encounters with giant Pacific manta rays, wild bottlenose dolphins, whale sharks and humpback whales Read more...

BVI gets back on its feet

The British Virgin Islands Tourist Board is keen for DIVER readers to know about its continuing recovery from the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma last September. Read more...

The definition of exclusive

Kokomo Private Island in the Kadava Islands claims to be Fiji's most exclusive resort, "an all-inclusive private escape for the inter-generational traveller". Read more...

Welcome to Gallant Lady

Nautilus Liveaboards has a new 33m vessel called Nautilus Gallant Lady, and in a period up to mid-January it's offering five-night trips to Cabo Pulmo, a hard-to-reach World Heritage Site in Mexico. Read more...

Regaldive’s positively buoyant

Regaldive is reporting a surge in enquiries for Maldives liveaboards, which it puts down to more vessels operating there, the variety of itineraries, choice of airlines and value for money. Read more...

Innerspace on tour

The 15th anniversary of Cayman Islands dive operator Divetech's rebreather event Innerspace is to see the event held Read more...