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THIS is how to go whale-watching!
February 7th, 2013

Amazing underwater video of Humpback Whale migration. WOW!

Underwater Hockey
March 4th, 2010

Underwater hockey is a sport played with a heavy (over 1kg) puck at the bottom of a swimming pool. Participants use snorkeling gear while trying to maneuver the puck across the playing area. Check out this video of this wild sport:

It’s pretty crazy because players can’t keep their eye on the puck at all times – they have to surface in order to breathe! It’s a fast-paced, high endurance team sport.

Read more here.

Dive the Great Wall!
September 27th, 2009

Parts of the Great Wall of China are submerged underwater. The “travel mixologists” at luxury travel company Urbane Nomads are offering travelers the chance to dive parts of the Great Wall that are underwater. Read all about it at Urban Daddy.

Diver exploring the Great Wall of China underwaterDiving the Great Wall, from Mathiew Meur’s flickr stream

Scuba diver returns century-old watch to owner’s family
August 19th, 2009

Scuba diver Rich Hughes found a silver pocket watch while diving off the Welsh coast. The watch was engraved with the name of its owner, as well as the year it was engraved: 1866. The diver had to do quite a bit of detective work to eventually return the timepiece to the family of the original owner, ship captain Richard Prichard. Read all about this amazing scuba story here.

The search for an old lodge in Lake Jocassee
February 25th, 2009

“My childhood is frozen in a timecapsule down there.” Check out this amazing story of a hotel and cemetery at the bottom of Lake Jocassee, South Carolina, and the search to find them.