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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.

Scuba Diving with SeaLife Camera's DC2000 in St. Lucia

Recently one of our editors got the chance to try out the new SeaLife DC2000 on a dive trip to St.Lucia!

Scuba Diving With Whale Sharks in the Derawan Islands, Indonesia

See what it's like to scuba dive with four gigantic whale sharks off the Derawan Islands in Indonesia in this video.

Florida Keys Optimistic About Hurricane Recovery, Set to Reopen October 1st

Good news coming out of the Florida Keys this week: The Keys are set to reopen to divers on Oct. 1.

If Divers Don't Act, Goliath Grouper May Soon Disappear

Florida anglers are petitioning the FWC to allow a limited open season on goliath grouper. Find out how you can take action as a diver to protect these fish.

Raja Ampat Diving Aboard the Arenui

Get to know Raja Ampat's exotic underwater beauty aboard *Arenui*.

Become a 2016 Rolex Scholar and Dive Into Your Full Potential

Travel the world and make your underwater dreams a reality by applying to become a 2016 Rolex Scholar.

Take the Plunge — Apply to be a 2016 Rolex Scholar

Travel to Fiji, ID Manta rays and giant clams...make your journey unique as a 2016 Rolex scholar.

Sinking the Ship: North Carolina Plans New Artificial Reef

The North Carolina Artificial Reef program is planning to sink a former Menhaden boat this July to honor the late North Carolina Reef Coordinator James J. — “JJ” — Francesconi.