"We never got to embrace and celebrate the beginning of the rest of our lives together, as the best day of our lives turned into the worst, in the cruellest twist of fate imaginable," Kenesha Antoine wrote on Facebook following the death of her boyfriend.
On board the Greenpeace ship, six divers took the plunge to raise awareness about the irreversible risks to our ocean reefs.
A 96-year-old World War Two veteran celebrated his birthday on Saturday (August 31) by breaking his own record as the world's oldest active scuba diver for the third year running.
The wines are aged for 18 months on the sea bed where under the increased atmospheric pressure they turn soft and silky.
For Cuban artist Sandor Gonzalez, there is no better place to draw than several meters below the surface of the sea
It was a special kind of season warm-up for the reigning Cliff Diving World Champions Rhiannan Iffland and Gary Hunt when they headed for a "cliff dive-and-safari" adventure in South Africa.
Divers brought some Christmas spirit to a popular shipwreck off the coast of Cyprus. A white Christmas tree was decorated with non-toxic ornaments as 'Santa' divers posed in front of fish, 42 metres beneath the surface
Divers glide over ruins at underwater archaeological site
Ishigaki island is just one of many in the Okinawan archipelago, but its Blue Coral reef is beyond compare.
In Florida, locals put their own twist on the Halloween tradition of carving pumpkins - by taking it underwater.
A 95-year-old British man has broken his own record to become the world's oldest diver - again
The family of a dead French diver are overjoyed after a camera containing his finals photos was found in Corsica.
Scores of fans gathered on the picturesque Lake Lucerne in Switzerland to watch divers jump from a great height in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.
Steven LoBue sealed victory at the second stop of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Bilbao, Spain on Saturday. It was the American's first triumph since he won at the same location in 2015.
Through natural selection the Bajau people have developed bigger spleens making them exceptionally good at breath-hold diving, new research has found.