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Becca Hurley

A certified diver since 2005 and former editor at Scuba Diving magazine, Hurley transitioned to contributing writer and Sea Heroes program manager in 2022. She's been diving all around the world and particularly loves the Asia-Pacific regions but as a Native Floridian The Florida Keys will always hold a special place in her heart. Besides scuba diving and reporting on marine conservation heroes, she enjoys traveling, volunteering and most of all, spending time raising her daughter and future dive buddy.

Oceanographer Antonio Mignucci Named January Sea Hero

Oceanographer and college professor Antonio Mignucci is named January Sea Hero of the Month for his commitment to conservation and community mentorship

Rose Huizenga Named 2023 Seiko Sea Hero of the Year

Marine conservationist Rose Huizenga named the 2023 Seiko Sea Hero of the Year. She plans to use her $5,000 award from Seiko to fund five more years of empowering women through local coral restoration.

Stella Diamant Recognized as November's Sea Hero

Ten years ago, nobody was tracking, researching or, most importantly, protecting Madagascar’s local whale shark population. This project, spearheaded by our November Sea Hero, changed everything.

Why Grand Cayman is the Perfect Family Diving Destination

Dive trips come in all shapes and sizes—liveaboards in remote corners of the world to day trips with your local operator, but the most special dive trips include the ones we hold most dear. Planning a family dive adventure to Grand Cayman offers incredible diving, island sights and fun for everyone.

David Martin Recognized As October's Sea Hero

Underwater filmmaker and nonprofit co-founder David Martin recognized as October's Seiko Sea Hero.

Conservation Photographer Shane Gross Recognized with the September 2023 Seiko Sea Hero Award

Hear from the Canadian conservation photojournalist believes in the power of imagery to effect change.

Discover the Hidden Gem of the Coral Triangle Aboard Arenui

Part of the larger Nusa Tenggara region, Alor is situated between Flores and Timor. Its location in the Coral Triangle, is known for its exceptional marine biodiversity, making it an attractive destination for divers seeking unique underwater experiences.

Director of the University of Miami Shark Research and Conservation Program Named August Sea Hero

A former student of the University of Miami turned director of their shark conservation program, this shark researcher is dedicated to expanding opportunities in marine science education


Tiffany Newman Named July Sea Hero

Personal tragedy for a Vancouver Island native sparks a mission to give at-risk youth opportunities in diving.