DIVER

DIVER

Have you ever imagined the feeling of diving next to the great sperm whale or down to a seabed to investigate a wreck?

The world's seas offer a lot of untouched areas ready to be discovered. Whether it's spotting new species of sea dwellers or getting a glimpse of those that normally prefer staying undetected - a trip below the surface gives new perspectives and breathtaking impressions.

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  • Adventure Ocean Quest: The Giants of Rurutu

    Ever wondered how the different sea dwellers live among each other without constant massacres?

    Humpback whales have come back from the brink of extinction, but they are still difficult to approach in the water and their behaviour and vocalisations pose many unsolved questions. Dr. Michael Pool...

  • Adventure Ocean Quest: White Sharks of Guadalupe

    Ever wondered how the different sea dwellers live among each other without constant massacres?

    The great white shark has a fearsome reputation and diving with them is definitely a risky business. But Frederic wants to show a different side of the infamous great white: Mexican scientist Dr. Mau...

  • Adventure Ocean Quest: Shark Paradise of Polynesia

    Ever wondered how the different sea dwellers live among each other without constant massacres?

    French Polynesia’s great hammerhead sharks are extraordinarily shy animals and still pose many questions, not least where they go during their annual migration. Freediver Frederic Buyle and cameraman...

  • Adventure Ocean Quest: 24 Hours on the Reef

    Ever wondered how the different sea dwellers live among each other without constant massacres?

    The atoll of Fakarava in Polynesia is a true underwater paradise with an extraordinary diversity of wildlife. Frederic’s freediving mission here is very ambitious: he investigates the atoll’s 24-hour...

  • Adventure Ocean Quest: Fragile Mediterranean

    Ever wondered how the different sea dwellers live among each other without constant massacres?

    Many of the Mediterranean’s coastal waters around harbour cities like Marseille were polluted mercilessly in the past, and much of the local reef life died. Now there is change in the air: pollution ...

  • Ocean Stories I: The Giant and The Phantom

    Have you ever imagined how tiny you would feel diving beside a sperm whale?

    Underwater film-maker Thomas Behrend tracks down the biggest and the rarest predators of the Mediterranean: sperm whales and monk seals.

    Sperm whales in the Mediterranean? Is the most popular holiday spot for German...

  • Ocean Stories II: Manatees and Molas

    Have you ever wondered how manatees look so cuddly and yet can be extremely aggressive?

    Underwater film-maker Thomas Behrend sets off in search of two mysterious giants of the ocean depths: Manatees and Molas.

    The ocean occupies more than two-thirds of our planet's surface, constituting an ...

  • Ocean Stories III: Dolphins and Whales

    Have you ever imagined how you would feel being pulled by a dolphin through holding onto it's fin?

    Two Germans show their deep passion for the sea and its beautiful creatures.

    Ute Margreff lives on Ireland’s Atlantic coast, Florian Graner in the Puget Sound in the Northwest of the USA. Both...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 5

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Watch as Neil and the Ocean Vet team work alongside the longest standing turtle research project in the world, the Bermuda Turtle Project.

    Follow the team as they capture and release wild green sea turtles i...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 4

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Watch as Neil and the Ocean Vet team wrestle a monster blue marlin to the side of the boat to attach a satellite tag that will expand the scientific knowledge of this species by revealing its oceanic migrations...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 3

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Neil and the Ocean Vet team mark the end of a 7 year study on Bermuda’s tiger sharks by embarking on a dangerous mission to satellite tag one of these
    giant oceanic predators.

    Follow the team as they strug...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 6

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Follow the team as they work onboard a commercial fishing vessel to help save a six gill shark tangled in deep set fishing lines.

    Watch Neil and Choy bring the shark to the side of the boat and work in testi...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 7

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Watch Neil anaesthetise these fish and surgically implant acoustic tags before trialling a dangerous but less invasive grouper tagging system and deploying a uniquely designed grouper trap.

    Follow Neil and t...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 9

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Neil works with a team of scientists and marine mammal toxicologists on an expedition to prove the presence of deadly toxins inside Bermuda’s midmigratory humpback whales.

    Follow Neil and his team into the d...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 2

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Teaming up with international scientist Dr Matt Ajemian and eagle ray wrangler Chris Flook the team face a tricky task to capture one of the most intelligent fish in the ocean in some of Bermudas most beautiful...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 10

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Neil and Choy discover the heart of the sargassum community and work alongside veteran aquarium collector Chris Flook to reveal how crucial the sargassum seaweed is to the health of the entire ocean.

    Follow ...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 1

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Follow the team as they risk their lives to transport the shark 10 miles off
    shore for release in a protected marine reserve.
    Watch Neil and the team swim with larger wild Galapagos sharks, studying
    their be...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 11

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    The crew look back and reveal their favourite moments, close calls and toughest challenges, and we discover just exactly what it took for Neil to become Bermuda’s Ocean Vet.

    Michael Douglas finally reveals t...

  • Ocean Vet: Season 1, Episode 8

    Ever wondered how to not traumatize thalassians while researching on their habitat?

    Neil and the Ocean Vet team embark on a study to document the shark species that come close to Bermuda beaches at night. Locals say you shouldn't swim in the sea at night,
    Neil and his team set out to understa...

  • Mysteries of the Abyss: A Science Revolution

    Have you ever wondered how we got to manage the world's oceans and how the habitant reacts to it?

    The deep sea – the biggest single habitat on Earth, marked by eternal darkness, icy temperatures and immense pressure. This gripping 50-minute film follows the biologists Christian Lott and Nicole...