Roughly one million new scuba divers are certified every year.
Up to 70% of divers come into contact with the reef and its inhabitants.
Shouldn't we protect what remains of our reef ecosystems by diving responsibly?
Two key factors dictate whether a diver contacts the reef:
1) Skill - good buoyancy-control and finning technique are essential to prevent accidental bumps.
2) Attitude - even the most skilled divers can be harmful if they have the wrong attitude.
SeaCrush offers trips to the best diving destinations in the world. We want people to enjoy the best dive spots, but also to preserve them.
That’s why we created an anonymous peer-review system to score divers for reef-friendliness.
Evaluations are quick and easy. Once you're in the network, you'll get visibility on trips with other SeaCrush members.
Our goal is reduce the impact of mass-diver tourism by sending only the best divers to the best destinations.