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A new dive era is here…the Mares HORIZON!

by Mares - 21st January 2019
The decades of expertise behind Mares and rEvo rebreathers have combined to create a unique semi-closed unit like no other. For divers seeking a revol...
Mares

New Guiness World Record for Marina Kazankova and Dmitrij Malasenko!

by Mares - 11th January 2019
The Guinness World Record Attempt for the Longest Underwater Dance whilst freediving was a success at the deepest pool in the world: Y-40! It was a...
Ivana and Janez

New Equipment Testing: Jupiter mask and Excite fins

by Ivana and Janez - 11th June 2018
My name is Barış Şendemir and I have been working in the diving industry since 2006 (TSSF 2 STAR instructor and SSİ D.M.I). I work at Bluegate Div...
Mares

Testing the new EOS Strobe diving light!

by Mares - 17th April 2018
Aldo Ferrucci and his team used the Mares EOS Strobe recently for a series of deep dives (from 95m - 127m) to explore various wrecks in the South of F...
Cat

A New Cave Diver is Born!

by Cat - 16th April 2018
Cave diving... If you had asked me only last week about cave diving, my answer would have been very clear, I am not a cave diver nor do I have any ...
Herbert

Researchers are developing a new method for restoring damaged coral reefs

by Herbert - 1st December 2017
Successful breeding and application of coral larvae For the first time, researchers have accelerated the formation of new coral colonies on small a...
Herbert

Mandatory registration and dive restrictions – the new face of diving in Thailand?

by Herbert - 6th June 2017
Registration requirement for scuba divers Thailand is back in the limelight. This time, it is not because of its dream beaches, friendly people or ...
Herbert

Papua New Guinea: Simply a dream destination

by Herbert - 6th May 2017
Incredible biodiversity in PNG holds incredible biodiversity North of Australia and south of the Equator lies the independent island state of Papua...
Herbert

Litter in the sea: New portal offers comprehensive coverage

by Herbert - 29th March 2017
New online portal LITTERBASE compiles all data in one location

Where is litter at sea and which species and habitats does it affect? For t...
Mares

New coral species at World Heritage Site described

by Mares - 28th March 2017
Researchers believe this species is “first of many new hard coral species to be found”

Lord Howe Island is already known for its unique...
Mares

New ocean measuring station at Boknis Eck

by Mares - 1st February 2017
GEOMAR and Helmholtz Center Geesthacht install new sensor node in Baltic Sea Boknis Eck(Boknis Corner) – a name familiar to oceanographers and m...
MARES / SSI / rEvo Dive Expedition Team

Inspired by experience – A new team of experts is born!

by MARES / SSI / rEvo Dive Expedition Team - 10th January 2017
 'Nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come' - This quote from Victor Hugo could have been the spark for founding the MARES SSI rEvo...
Mares

Map of seafloor shows new details about 2015 eruption at Axial Seamount

by Mares - 29th December 2016
The Axial Seamount, an underwater volcano about 470 kilometres off the Oregon coast, is one of the world's most active volcanoes and one of the most...
Herbert

New underwater observatory to monitor zooplankton

by Herbert - 10th December 2016
Scientists from the Thünen Institute of Sea Fisheries, Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG) have placed an optical...
Mares

New insights into the changes of the Nordic Seas during interglacials

by Mares - 5th December 2016
The characteristics of the water masses in the Nordic Seas are expected to change due to the Earth's higher temperatures and melting glaciers.
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Mares

Different coral communities differ in their ability to adapt to new environments

by Mares - 17th November 2016
For the first time, scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have observed separate populations of corals diverging in their capacity to regu...
Mares

Announcement: Check out Mares’ brand new website!

by Mares - 14th October 2016
Following the creation of our blog, we are excited to announce the creation of Mares’ new website! Take a look here! The new website groups to...
Franco and Sabrina

Good News from the CITES

by Franco and Sabrina - 5th October 2016
CITES voted yesterday (4th October) on proposals to list silky sharks, all three species of thresher sharks and all nine species of mobula rays on A...
Herbert

New Hope Spots spell new hope for the world’s oceans

by Herbert - 15th September 2016
Fourteen new oceanic Hope Spots were jointly announced last week by Mission Blue and IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) at the IU...
Mares

New butterflyfish species discovered in Hawaii

by Mares - 13th September 2016
Butterflyfish found in deep coral reefs

Scientists have announced the discovery of a new species of butterflyfish in the deep coral reefs ...
Mares

Scientists gather new data on effects of El Niño

by Mares - 18th July 2016
Findings indicate changes in equatorial undercurrent. October 2015 saw one of the strongest measured El Niño occurrences in the eastern Pacific. ...
Mares

New study shows relationship between fisheries harvest and reef resilience

by Mares - 13th April 2016
To better protect the coral reefs of the Caribbean, tighter fishery regulations are needed to offset the mounting pressures they face from global wa...
Mares

Researchers use new method to date lava flows

by Mares - 11th April 2016
To better understand the formation of the Earth's crust, scientists at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel have used new technology ...
Mares

New Sea Shepherd campaign launched

by Mares - 21st March 2016
Sea Shepherd has launched a campaign called Operation Driftnet focusing on the illegal and destructive method of driftnet fishing in the Indian Ocea...
Mares

New European satellite to monitor the oceans and environment

by Mares - 19th February 2016
Carrying four Earth-observation instruments on board, a satellite lifted off on Tuesday on its mission to bring us a more comprehensive picture of o...
Mares

Gliders collect data on new eddy off Peruvian coast

by Mares - 30th January 2016
In January and February 2013, a subsurface anticyclonic eddy formed in the Peru-Chile Undercurrent, allowing researchers to document the creation of...
Mares

A new start to research into pile dwellings in Austria

by Mares - 23rd October 2015
In preparation for the 2020 provincial exhibition ‘Sunken – Resurfaced’, new research into the pile dwellings in Upper Austria is underway. ...
Mares

The RENEW tour travels to Paris for climate change talks in November

by Mares - 19th October 2015
At the World Climate Conference in Paris this November, world leaders will hold discussions on limiting the increase in global temperatures to no more...
Herbert

New wireless communication system for divers

by Herbert - 25th September 2015
Messages can be sent faster and over long distances

Italian researchers at the Sapienza University of Rome have developed a new and innovative...
Herbert

Welcome to the brave new (underwater) world of fluo diving

by Herbert - 10th September 2015
Seeing the underwater world in a different light Apart from tropical rainforests, the coral reef is a rich habitat teeming with the most number of...
Mares

30 years on: A new lease of life for the Rainbow Warrior

by Mares - 7th September 2015
Website is launched offering online tour of the wreck Thirty years ago, on 10 July 1985, an explosion ripped through the Rainbow Warrior, a Greenp...
Mares

Resort In Maldives Gives Damaged Corals A New Home

by Mares - 24th August 2015
Coral reefs are among the oldest ecosystems in the world. Similar to tropical rainforests, they are the most biologically diverse habitats on Earth....
Herbert

Seeing Bali From A New Perspective

by Herbert - 6th August 2015
Bali Close Up: A Very Special Underwater Video Many see Bali as the Land of the Gods, dominated by ricefields, beautiful beaches and numerous templ...
Mares

New Airport Opens In The Maldives

by Mares - 3rd July 2015
Located on the Raa Atoll in the Maldives, the Ifuru Domestic Airport opened for business on 29 May 2015, after a ceremony officiated by Maldivian Pr...
Ivana and Janez

Using the Cruise Carpet

by Ivana and Janez - 23rd May 2019
The prime focus of most scuba diving equipment manufacturers is usually basic parts of equipment; to make the best neoprene wetsuit, the most comfor...
Pierre Eric

Dive in to a place of legend

by Pierre Eric - 20th May 2019
For one year now, I have been working on an incredible dive project which is not just a simple spring, but a legend. The place is located in France, i...
Dan

Introducing Dan

by Dan - 16th May 2019
Kia ora! (Hello) My name is Dan and I am an underwater photographer and proud Mares Ambassador from Auckland, New Zealand. Tucked away down here in...
Underwater Tales by Stefano Sibona

Diving at Pianosa, Italy

by Underwater Tales by Stefano Sibona - 14th May 2019
Legend has it that when Venus emerged from the sea, seven pearls fell from her necklace creating seven islands off the coast of Tuscany, one of which ...
Dan

The Islands Of Tahiti: A Whale’s Paradise

by Dan - 6th May 2019
When someone mentions Tahiti, incredible sunsets and sipping cocktails whilst relaxing on over water bungalows comes to mind. Located in the Pacific o...
Ivana and Janez

Stubborn submarine

by Ivana and Janez - 30th April 2019
Submarines are true jewels for every wreck diving enthusiast. That is, perhaps, because submarine wrecks are quite rare, but even if they do exist, th...
Semra

Scuba diving courses on vacation!

by Semra - 23rd April 2019
Hello everybody and welcome to my new blog! In my last blog, I told you what is in my bag... This time, I’m going to talk to you about why you shou...
Mares

Mares AST Dry System Technology

by Mares - 19th April 2019
Most Mares regulators are now equipped with the new and exclusive AST system (Auto Sealing Technology) as standard. This specialised, anti-infiltra...
Ivana and Janez

Family Diving

by Ivana and Janez - 11th April 2019
When you start your marriage under the water, and also give birth underwater, it is rather logical that one day you will develop a diving family. Havi...
Semra

What’s in my bag?

by Semra - 8th April 2019
Hello everybody and welcome to my new blog! In my last blog, I talked about my choice of diving equipment, check it out here if you haven’t read it ...
Ivana and Janez

The Story of Satil

by Ivana and Janez - 4th April 2019
It is often said that ships, just like people, have their destinies. The story of the sunken ship Satil (also known as Ahi Sufa) is more than interest...
Thomas Van Puymbroeck

Hitsige Padden

by Thomas Van Puymbroeck - 1st April 2019
De gewone pad, beter bekend als de bruine pad komt het voor in heel Europa. Samen met de bruine kikker is dit een van de meest voorkomende amfibieën....
Ivana and Janez

Working Together

by Ivana and Janez - 28th March 2019
Being a brand ambassador brings with it a lot of beautiful things. You have the chance to be among the first people diving with the latest piece of eq...
Robert

The Azores – In the realm of the whales

by Robert - 25th March 2019
The unique location of the Azores, in a transition zone between the cold, nutrient-rich currents from the north and the warm Gulf Stream, makes the is...
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