Blue Dives Deeper

Blue Dives Deeper

(Blue Ocean Network – May 12, 2011) — Blue magazine continues to promote Caribbean scuba diving and ecotourism markets in its current issue, which is now available through various dive centres and tourism affiliates, regionally and internationally. The...
The Galapagos Removed from UNESCO Danger List

The Galapagos Removed from UNESCO Danger List

The Galapagos islands feature some of the rarest wildlife and youngest land masses on Earth, drawing visitors from around the world to see its treasures both topside and underwater. In the last two decades,  the Galapagos Islands experienced a tourism boom that more...
Cancun’s Underwater Museum

Cancun’s Underwater Museum

(Blue Ocean Network – June 15, 2010) — The Cancun and Isla Mujeres Underwater Art Museum is a step closer to becoming the world’s largest underwater museum.  Phase 1 of the underwater project began November 14, 2009 with the sinking of three...
1st Shark Sanctuary Looks for Enforcement

1st Shark Sanctuary Looks for Enforcement

(Blue Ocean Network – June 2, 2010) –With half of the world’s sharks threatened with extinction, Palau created the world’s first “shark sanctuary” in 2009. One of the smallest nation’s in the world, Palau declared its entire...
Maldives Creates World’s 2nd Shark Sanctuary

Maldives Creates World’s 2nd Shark Sanctuary

The Maldives’ nation continues to be a frontrunner in environmental activism with their latest announcement that offers complete protection for sharks in its  90,000 sq.kms (34,750 sq.miles) of Maldives territorial waters. The huge shark sanctuary will be free of all...