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  • Scuba diver drowns off Point Loma

     
    A man scuba diving off Point Loma in San Diego drowned Tuesday after apparently taking off his breathing equipment and sinking. The 46-year-old from Arizona was diving with a group on a charter boat a mile off the coast at......
  • Diving equipment recall

     
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of Halcyon diving equipment. The over pressure valves, which advance air out of the system, could fail, allowing a leak in the buoyancy compensator devices and the diver lift...
  • 65,000 diving suit hoses recalled after diver's death in Los Angeles

     
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall on 65,000 diving suit hoses after a diver died in Los Angeles. The manufacturer, SI Tech AB, has received six reports of hose inserts dislodging, including the one involved in the......
  • Female diver dies on Catalina Island

     
    A 55-year-old woman seeking her deep-sea certification died after scuba diving off Catalina Island today, according to the Avalon sheriff’s station. Sheriff's dispatcher Connie Shepard said the woman was transported from the Avalon dive park, along with...
  • Fiji: Beauty, warm waters and a range of lodgings

    Fiji: Beauty, warm waters and a range of lodgings
    Fiji is one of those island daydreams you can't believe still exists. The ocean is warm, turquoise, clean, and little in it stings or bites. The people are exuberantly welcoming, the drinking water is filtered. The food is safe and, in the upscale...
  • Swimming with whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium

    Atlanta Vikas Chinnan stood over a tank at the world's largest aquarium, peering down at the world's largest fish species. He was wondering what it would be like to jump in and frolic beside the whale sharks. The creature approached, eerily quiet. It...
  • Beneath the surface

    It seems absurd, even to me. But I was nervous as I stepped into the water for the first big test — scared, to be honest. Swim 200 yards. Fine. Tread water for 10 minutes. Fine. Ridiculously fine, if you judge the situation solely by my response...
  • Shimmering comeback

    Shimmering comeback
    Cayucos It is an odd spot for a miracle, this motley collection of beachfront shacks and sea-scoured concrete tanks clinging to a sunburned bluff above the Pacific just north of Morro Bay. But it's hard to describe what is happening at the Abalone Farm...
  • Our reader recommendations

    Our reader recommendations
    Each week in "Readers Recommend," the Travel section shares tips on hidden gems in the U.S. and abroad. Here is a roundup of some of the lodging recommendations published in the last year. Although the information here was correct when it was published,...