Where are South Africa’s great white sharks?

White sharks have disappeared from False Bay and Gansbaai, two sites off South Africa where they have historically been commonly sighted. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

Enhanced underwater robots can boost ocean discoveries

The information gathered will significantly increase scientific and industry understanding of the impact of marine infrastructure, producing benefits for ecological management and regulatory compliance. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

Underwater Photography Guide announces Safe Under the Sea Underwater Photo Competition

The Underwater Photography Guide is hosting a special underwater photo competition to bring people together, encourage artistic expression, and raise money to help fight Coronavirus. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

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More than 21,000 have signed petition to keep Disneyland closed amid coronavirus pandemic

A petition addressed to the Walt Disney Company has garnered more than 21,000 signatures to delay Disneyland’s reopening, planned for July 17.       

Paris Las Vegas resort is reopening on June 18. See which amenities will be available

Caesars Entertainment announces the reopening of another Las Vegas resort as Paris Las Vegas returns to business on Thursday, June 18.       

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Malta’s Diving sector in dire straits as virus dries up activity

Lifting of the flight ban in July unlikely to reverse this worrying trend, a survey has found. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

Some of the best diving in Egypt: St Johns and Fury Shoal

St John’s has fabulous scuba diving. Impressive coral, large shoals of fish, turtles and sharks. What you need to know before you go. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan breaks new water by diving 36,000ft to the lowest point on Earth

Former NASA astronaut and geologist Kathy Sullivan has become the first woman to dive to lowest point on Earth, known as Challenger Deep, inside the Mariana Trench. Continue Reading at Scubatravel.co.uk Click Here.

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