Diving Cozumel

Like countless other divers, my first international warm-water scuba trip was to Cozumel, Mexico. In 1961, well-known underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau spent some time in Cozumel and fell in love with Palancar Reef, putting Cozumel on the map as the place to dive. The Mexican Island of Cozumel is only 32.5 miles long and 8.7 […]

Amazing Galapagos

A sea lion makes good use of a chaise lounge at a hotel on the water in Puerto Ayora.

Remote and isolated, the Galapagos Islands are world-renowned for incredibly exciting diving and fascinating land excursions. All the astonishing variety of creatures and plants in the archipelago either flew, swam, or were blown there at some point in time. Due to the archipelago’s isolation, and singular and unusual conditions, many species in the Galapagos both […]

Diving ‘Beautiful by Nature’ aboard a Floating Resort

Diver swims with hawksbill turtle at West Caicos at the top of a wall

The Best of Turks and Caicos aboard the Aggressor Liveaboard Yacht For the past two years Covid 19 has reshaped travel as we knew it. Scuba enthusiasts have stayed dry, afraid to interact and to travel freely as they once did. However, as restrictions are beginning to loosen up, divers are once again eyeing opportunities […]

Finding the Sea of Cortez

The appetite for excitement, interesting marine life, and unusual photo opportunities has greatly intensified within the scuba industry. Adventuresome dive travelers eagerly seek out remote, exotic destinations world-wide.