Caribbean

Roatan Dive Guide Is The Ultimate Guide For Scuba Diving Roatan Honduras

If you are planning a trip to Roatan or already on the Island you will definitely want to pick up a copy of the Roatan Dive Guide Edition 2.1. The colorful 120-page guide includes 60 of the best dive sites in…

We’ll Be Diving And Reporting From Eco Divers Roatan All Month Long
Eco Divers Roatan After a successful weekend at the Long Beach Scuba Show, it was about time we head down to the sunshine and back in the water. For the next three weeks, we will be diving with Eco Divers Roatan…
Exploring Coral Reefs In Grand Cayman
Cayman Islands Reefs South of Cuba, where the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates meet, lies Grand Cayman a divers paradise surrounded by deep walls, crystal clear water, and miles of coral reef. Grand Cayman is the largest of the three…
Caribbean Coral Diaries – Meandrina meandrites

The Coral Diaries series is a list of corals we have seen while diving around the world. We’ve created this series so that you can learn more about corals, and how to identify them on the reef. We encourage you…

Spectacular Reef Tank of José Elias Castro in the Dominican Republic
This jam-packed reef tank comes to us from José Elias Castro in the Dominican Republic. This 400 gallon tank is stocked with over 60 fish and just about every coral you could wish for. For water movement, Elias uses a VorTech…
Meet the Lionfish Terminator

A team of researchers from the deep ocean research charity Nekton, and Robots In Service of the Environment (RISE) has designed a shocking new way to control the spread of lionfish in the Caribbean. The team is currently testing two…

Reefbuilders Travelogue: Corals of the Dominican Republic

After spending last weekend at the Reef-A-Palooza Orlando show we decided to hop on a plane and check out some Caribbean corals in the Dominican Republic. We travelled from the capital city of Santo Domingo around the coast to Punta…

Fished Out, a comedy short on the “other” dangerous side of lionfish

We know the invasive lionfish is doing significant damage to local underwater habitats in the Atlantic and Caribbean, but what about the harmful “street” danger this spiny alien invader brings? This comedy short that premiered back in 2013, shows the…

New Decodon hogfish collected in Dominica

The Curasub responsible for so many new discoveries and new species in Curacao is on the move. As part of the Smithsonian Deep Reef Observation Project (DROP), a team of researchers and the Curasub are currently in Dominica, to do…

Fragments of hope is an example of reef restoration done right

Laughing Bird Caye National Park in Southern Belize is home to one of the Caribbean’s more successful reef restoration projects. With over 30,000 coral fragments planted to date, Fragments of Hope is a true ray of hope for the future…