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Dive into the extraordinary with Sea to Sky



The allure of the sea, a passion for travel, a reverence for nature, an active lifestyle, and the joy of meeting people – these shared passions became the foundation for the birth of Sea to Sky. Our journey is driven by the desire to explore and uncover hidden treasures, places where we’ve found not just joy and happiness, but a profound sense of well-being. With Sea to Sky, we extend an invitation to join us in discovering these unique gems, promising an experience that goes beyond the ordinary.

Tried and tested, our commitment to excellence ensures that every location and experience featured on our website has been personally explored and approved by us. We believe in authenticity, and most of the captivating photos on our website are snapshots from our own adventures. Our strong relationships with trusted local contacts, forged over years of exploration, mean that the same warmth and assistance we received will be extended to you.


When you choose Sea to Sky, you’re not just embarking on a journey; you’re becoming a part of a community that values sustainability and local support. Our trips are designed to benefit local communities, and we proudly stand behind initiatives like the Ocean Conservation Trust and PADI’s Project Aware. Your travel with us contributes to the well-being of these communities and the preservation of our oceans.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a world where each journey is a testament to our commitment to quality, authenticity, and supporting the places we visit.


Where do we go?

We have carefully chosen our suppliers to reflect our values, not only for excellence but for value for money and of course great diving.

Egypt (Shore based)

Red Sea Diving Safari (Marsa Alam) – Unlimited house reef diving with a choice of 3 different locations.

Camel Dive (Sharm) – All inclusive diving surrounded by likeminded individuals.

Reef 2000 (Dahab) – With a choice of accommodation options from a Villa to Hotel and great diving with great people in wonderful Dahab.


Egypt (Liveaboards)

Legacy Luxury Liveaboard  – Legacy is our business partner in Egypt and we have personally known and dived with owner Ahmed Mamdouh (PADI CD) many times. We also operate two other liveaboards co-owned by Ahmed, therefore we have most price points and weeks available.

Aziab – Freedive on the only yacht in Southern Egypt and explore the beautiful islands including Sataya Reef, home of the Dolphins.

Maldives (Shore based)

Pelagic Dive – Pelagic on Fuvahmulah is very special with daily Tiger shark diving and the only operation to offer the PADI Tiger shark speciality course. Freediving is also an option here.


Maldives (Liveaboards)

We operate two Liveaboards in the Maldives encompassing the popular routes throughout the Islands.

Philippines (Shore based)

We are proud to partner with Atlantis, with a choice of either Dumaguete or Puerto Galera as your base for unlimited diving. Atlantis also operate a liveaboard sailing to Apo, Tubbataha and destinations that are sure to be on your bucket list.

Philippines (Liveaboard)

Calico Jack – Our partner is Calico Jack and their sister ship Anne Bonny operating throughout Raja Ampat and Komodo.

Ilike – Ilike operates in Komodo and Raja Ampat and is the perfect alternative to Calico Jack.



Musandam – Musandam is one of our unique dive destinations and our most popular diving experience, with daily diving and Hotel accommodation included in all quotes.

Worldwide Liveaboards

Master Liveaboards – Our partner is Master Liveaboards who operate throughout the world.


Scubaverse offer

Anyone that makes a booking in February 2024 are entitled to up to 10% discount depending on the diving holiday destination. Just mention Scubaverse2024 to take advantage of the February discount.


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The Ocean Cleanup to Complete 100th Extraction Live from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch



the ocean cleanup
  • The Ocean Cleanup marks 100th extraction of plastic pollution from the Pacific Ocean by livestreaming entire cleaning operation from start to finish.
  • Occasion brings together supporters, partners, donors and followers as the project readies its cleanup technology for scale-up.
  • Founder and CEO Boyan Slat to provide insight on the plans ahead.

The Ocean Cleanup is set to reach a milestone of 100 plastic extractions from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Extraction #100, scheduled for 28 or 29 May 2024, will be the first ever to be livestreamed direct from the Pacific Ocean, allowing supporters and partners around the world to see up close how the organization has removed over 385,000 kilograms (nearly 850,000 lbs) of plastic from the GPGP so far – more than double the bare weight of the Statue of Liberty.

the ocean cleanup

The mission of The Ocean Cleanup is to rid the oceans of plastic. To do this, the non-profit project employs a dual strategy: cleaning up legacy floating plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (the world’s largest accumulation of floating plastic), while stopping the flow of plastic from the world’s most polluting rivers.

The Ocean Cleanup captured its first plastic (the first ‘extraction’) in the GPGP in 2019 with System 001, following years of trials and testing with a variety of concepts. Through System 002 and now the larger and more efficient System 03, the organization has consistently improved and optimized operations, and is now preparing to extract plastic trash from the GPGP for the 100th time.

the ocean cleanup

Extraction #100 will be an interactive broadcast showing the entire extraction procedure live and in detail, with insight provided by representatives from across The Ocean Cleanup and partners contributing to the operations.

This is an important milestone in a key year for The Ocean Cleanup.’ said Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup. ‘We’ve come a long way since our first extraction in 2019. During the 2024 season, with System 03, we aim to demonstrate that we are ready to scale up, and with it, confine the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to the history books.

the ocean cleanup

The livestream will be hosted on The Ocean Cleanup’s YouTube channel and via X. Monitor @theoceancleanup for confirmed timings.

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Book Review: Plankton



Plankton: A Worldwide Guide by Tom Jackson and Jennifer Parker

This is a book that jumps off the shelf at you. The striking front cover demands that you pick it up and delve further, even if you may not have known you wanted to learn more about the most diminutive life in our ocean, plankton!

Small it might be. Much of the imagery in the book has been taken under huge magnification. Revealing stunning beauty and diversity in each scoop of “soup”. There is lots to learn. Initial chapters include interesting facts about the different vertical zones they inhabit, from sunlight to midnight (the darkest and deepest areas). I loved finding out more about the stunning show that divers oft encounter on night dives – bioluminescence.

The black water images are wonderful. So this is a book you can have as a coffee table book to dip in and our of. But, these tiny organisms are also vital to our very survival and that of all the marine life we love. They provide half the oxygen produced on our planet. They are also responsible for regulating the planets climate. And for a shark lover like me – they are food for charismatic sharks and rays like the Basking Shark and Manta Ray, along with a huge number of other species. This book contains great insight into their biology, life cycles, migration, and how the changes in currents and sea temperatures affects them.

This is a book that is both beautiful and packed with information about possibly the most important group of organisms on our planet. Anyone interested in the ocean should have it one their shelves.

What the publisher says:

Plankton are the unsung heroes of planet Earth. Passive drifters through the world’s seas, oceans, and freshwater environments, most are invisible or very small, but some are longer than a whale. They are the global ocean’s foundation food, supporting almost all oceanic life, and they are also vitally important for land-based plants, animals, and other organisms. Plankton provides an incomparable look at these remarkable creatures, opening a window on the elegance and grace of microscopic marine life.

This engaging book reveals the amazing diversity of plankton, how they belong to a wide range of living groups, and how their ecology, lifestyles, and adaptations have evolved to suit an enormous range of conditions. It looks at plankton life cycles, the different ways plankton feed and grow, and the vast range of strategies they use for reproduction. It tracks where, how, and why plankton drift through the water; shares perspectives on migrations and population explosions or “blooms” and why they happen; and discusses the life-sustaining role of plankton in numerous intertwined food webs throughout the world.

Beautifully illustrated, Plankton sheds critical light on how global warming, pollution, diminishing resources, and overexploitation will adversely impact planktonic life, and how these effects will reverberate to every corner of our planet.

About the Authors:

Tom Jackson is a science writer whose many popular books include Strange Animals and Genetics in MinutesJennifer Parker is a zoology and conservation writer and the author of several books. Andrew Hirst is a leading expert on plankton whose research has taken him around the world, from the Antarctic to Greenland and the Great Barrier Reef.

Book Details

Publisher: Princeton University Press


Price: £25

ISBN: 9780691255996

Published: 9th April, 2024

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