For several years, I had been looking for a new project to change from Paris’ intense lifestyle. The first step of my research in 2014 brought me to Southeast Asia and more specifically to Myanmar.
Seeing humpback whales is a dream of many: they have amazing shapes, their songs are captivating and they are gentle with each other.
What if there were more in the Oceans than what we see when we go diving? We have selected five documentaries involving the greatest oceanographers, marine enthusiasts, and journalists of our planet.
Charlotte, half French and half American, tells us all about her divemaster internship she did in Indonesia. Working as a management consultant in Sydney, Australia, she is passionate about scuba diving, sky diving (she has 80+ solo and group jumps so far!
Coral reef degradation has been much publicised in the past couple of years but I didn’t really understand what this meant until I started the Divemaster programme at Utila Dive Centre (UDC).
Who are these women who want to become Divemasters? Many do not intend to work as dive professionals. We wanted to know more about their motivations, so we decided to interview one - her name is Vysia.
Happy World Oceans Day! Today is a perfect day to make a positive change for the Ocean. We’ve selected five projects you can contribute to.