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Blue Magazine

Vol 8, Issue 2

Blue showcases the mesmerizing beauty and wonders of the underwater world, through its spectacular photography and distinct print quality. If you prefer going paperless, Blue also caters to digital users who would have an equally enjoyable reading and visual experience, as they flip through the pages. Blue also highlights other aspects of ecotourism and indigenous culture, taking readers off the beaten path and into some of the most marvelous and stunning sights of our Blue Planet.

United States
Deep Blue Publications Ltd
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founder’s note

We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have, if only we seek them with our eyes open.—Jawaharal Nehru This issue of Blue introduces an element that adds more appeal to readers. Video is becoming the mainstay of not only media corporations but also tech companies in general. You will now find clips of underwater videos in the digital magazine, as many of you have been requesting. Interactive video will add a new perspective to what you read and see in the photos, giving even more appreciation for the beautiful marine life in various destinations. Central America is a vast and varied region. The language might be the same throughout but there is variety among the countries…

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caño island & coiba island

As I swam past the top of the towering pinnacle, beyond the wide amphitheater, filled with a dozen white-tip sharks lying idly on the white sand, I came upon an enormous school of Latin grunts, which completely blanketed the reef in the background. Swimming near the surface, was a school of blackfin barracuda and Pacific crevalle jacks, chasing after a shoal of baitfish. I am at El Bajo del Diablo (Devil’s Pinnacle) and it is the most popular dive site on Caño Island. This lush 300-hectare island is approximately 12 miles offshore from the Osa Peninsula, at Drake Bay in the Pacific Ocean and is as diverse on land, as it is underwater. Caño Island is part of the Puntarenas province and located just northeast of the Corcovado National Park, and…

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On a clear day in early February, I found myself with a small group of divers, perched at the threshold of something truly unknown. Miles from any visible land at a depth of 45 feet, we were exploring a shallow blue hole and discovered a series of inviting caves. Descending to a depth of about 60 feet, we observed a small opening through which, an enormous cavern could be seen. What secrets were hidden there in the darkness? As the bravest among us ventured in, I thought about how I got here in the first place. A few months ago, I was standing in the fruit-and-vegetable section of my neighborhood grocery when I received a text; “Can you go to Cuba February 5th?” Hmm… let me think; one, two, three… Wait!…