Having previously worked as a copywriter in advertising, Maggie traded in her suit for a wetsuit to pursue a career in scuba diving. She’s currently certified as a divemaster, with the goal to become a technical and cave diver. When she’s not in the water, Maggie spends her time working for Dive and More as well as My Dive Pro. To her, scuba diving is much more than a hobby, it’s a lifestyle.

White sandy beaches, warm turquoise water, hot sunny days, and swaying palm trees are some of the things that come to mind when thinking of the Maldives. While this would be reason enough to visit this astounding tropical paradise, scuba divers are generally more motivated by what lies beneath the surface than what can be

We know everything is better, wetter, and safer with a buddy. But it’s not just our dive buddies that benefit from having us around, our scuba diving skills make us great partners on land too. To celebrate Dive Buddy Day (better known as Valentine’s Day), we’re spreading the word about why scuba divers make excellent

The festive season is a time where many kick back in a beautiful destination and relax as much as possible. Not scuba divers, though. Scuba divers travel great distances to often remote destinations, go to bed at a reasonable time every night, and wake up in the early morning hours. While this idea of a

Home to an active volcano within a lake on an island within another lake (essentially volcano-ception), sunken Japanese shipwrecks from WWII, and the second highest amount of coconuts in the world, the Philippines boasts more attractions than we’re able to list. This collection of over 7 000 islands is a popular destination among divers and