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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.

Amazon Prime Day Is the Perfect Time to Stock Up on Travel Gear

Amazon Prime Day kicks off at 3 pm EST on Monday, July 16, and it lasts a full 36 hours.

BREAKING: All 12 Boys and Their Coach Rescued from Cave in Thailand

After spending more than two weeks being trapped in the Tham Luang Cave system in northern Thailand all 12 boys and their coach have been rescued.

Cave Diving Experts Warn of Potential Hazards in Thai Cave Rescue Mission 

Edd Sorenson describes three hazards that could be of potential risk to the team trying to rescue a soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand.

Breaking: Missing Thailand Boys Soccer Team Found by British Rescue Divers

After a 10-day search that involved hundreds of volunteers and teams of technical divers, all 12 boys and their coach were found alive July 2.

Liveaboard Diving Off the Beaten Path in Indonesia

Indonesia's Derawan Islands offer scuba divers aboard Aggressor's liveaboard boat run-ins with whale sharks, jellyfish and more.

Palau Now Requires Visitors to Sign Eco-Pledge

Palau has become the first country to require all tourists to sign a pledge to be issued an entry visa.

Scuba Diving Encounters: Jellyfish Lake in Indonesia

See what it's like to snorkel with jellyfish in this underwater video, taken in Indonesia at Lake Kakaban.

Scuba Diving The Wrecks Of Oahu

Two wrecks and a sub add up to a great morning of diving in Oahu, Hawaii.

Florida Goliath Grouper Harvest Update

The FWC has reported that they will be postponing the presentation and discussion of the possible goliath grouper harvest in Florida until February 2018.