The Humpback Calendar: When and Where to Swim with Them

Isabelle Barbier

Oct 18, 2018 • 3 min read

Seeing humpback whales is a dream of many: they have amazing shapes, their songs are captivating and they are gentle with each other. While most of the world’s humpback whale populations is no longer endangered, you will have better chance to see them if you go in the peak season of their favorite mating and calving grounds.

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5 Ocean Documentaries Every Scuba Diver Should See

Michael Lake

Aug 10, 2018 • 4 min read

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.

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How She Re-Energized Her Life Through Divemaster Training

Isabelle Barbier

Jul 21, 2018 • 4 min read

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!) and has just started learning to sail!

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Five (Easy) Ways to Act Today to Protect the Ocean

Isabelle Barbier

Jun 8, 2018 • 3 min read

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. From small changes in your every day behavior to protecting marine life species, there are many ways you can contribute.

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Redefine the Dive: Mass Diver Tourism Facts from Green Fins

Isabelle Barbier

May 31, 2018 • 2 min read

Scuba diving is one of the fastest growing tourism industries: currently there are about one million additional divers being certified every year. Did you know that most divers make contact with the reef during their dives? 😧

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