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August 5, 2018 |

The World’s Best New Dive Spots Are Under Oil Rigs

Offshore oil rigs can be eyesores, but beneath the surface, the views are anything but ugly. Around the world, offshore oil rigs are surprisingly wanderlist-worthy spots for divers, snorkelers, and marine life enthusiasts of every kind. That’s because they attract all manner of sea creatures—from playful sea lions to rainbow-colored corals. Read more

July 24, 2018 |

Diving the Red Sea

Author and Photographer: Brook Peterson

For Europeans, the Red Sea is as common a dive destination as the Caribbean is to US Citizens. Although the Red Sea is less frequented by US divers, it is one of the world’s gems when it comes to diving.  The crystal blue waters, abundant sea life, beautiful coral gardens and shipwrecks loaded with precious cargo make this one of the world’s best dive destinations. Read more

July 18, 2018 |

How to Get Through TSA Faster

Record-breaking crowds have already passed through U.S. airports this summer—and we’re barely into the season. Here’s how to get through airport security quickly with your sanity intact during this peak travel period. Read more

July 16, 2018 |

New TSA rule for carry-on and powders

The smart traveler should now allow for even more time to move through the TSA security screen process. Along with liquids powders are now being regulated as to how much you can have in your carry-on when you board a plane. If you have more than is allowed, you’ll be forced to throw it out. Read more

July 6, 2018 |
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