Formally Scuba Scoop and kirkscubagear’s Scuba Scoop, all the great reading from those blogs are now being integrated into Kirk Scuba Gear’s new site. Enjoy featured articles on divers, dive products and more. Kirk Scuba Gear will continue to bring you more interesting reading in the future.
Did you just get certified as an open water diver or now planning to dive recreational depths on your own? That's a good agenda for a budding recreational diving career. But before you get into the diving boat or onboard
Scuba divers may want to stop by their dentist’s office before taking their next plunge. A new pilot study found that 41 percent of divers experienced dental symptoms in the water, according to new research from the University at Buffalo.
The nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll program was a series of 23 nuclear devices detonated by the United States between 1946 to 1958. Test weapons were detonated on the reef itself, on the sea, in the air and underwater. The
We learned from the recent shipment of three captive-born dolphins to Dolphinaris Arizona that FedEx has been transporting live dolphins for the captivity industry [marine parks, aquariums, and dolphinariums]. Dolphins transported in this inhumane manner are packed in narrow coffin-like
We’ve all heard of ghosts haunting crumbling mansions or creepy forests, but tales of sunken spirits are far less common. With that in mind, here are a few spooky stories that might make you think twice about taking a dip
Your life preserver can't save you now. Sure, summer is a great time to visit the beach, build sandcastles and splash in the water, but it can also can be a time of grave danger. The ocean is dark, and
There have been several movies about German submarines and how they looked back in the day, but here is an actual picture taken from 1918. SM UB-110 was one of Germany’s infamous U-boats. It was commissioned into the Imperial Navy
There's a reason so many divers are obsessed with wreck diving! Shipwrecks are mysterious and exciting, and encountering one on the ocean floor lends a diver an almost indefinable sense of discovery. Shipwrecks can be beautiful and horrifying at the same