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Marine documentaries to dive from home

We are in a special situation, no doubt. And if you are a fan of diving in Mallorca or any outdoor sport, it becomes even more complicated. But it’s time to be responsible and carry out a simple task during these days: stay at home.

That’s why today we want to bring you a selection of documentaries about diving and nature that you can see from your homes. An excellent way to transfer your minds to the marine world without endangering anyone's health.

Mission blue

This documentary takes us into the story of the world-renowned Sylvia Earle as she travels around the world with the important mission of raising awareness of the conditions of our ocean. You can watch it on Netflix.


Chasing Coral

Beneath our oceans, coral reefs are dying on a massive scale. Our protagonists fight to stop this situation before it’s too late. You can watch it on Netflix.


Pacificum, the return to the ocean

This is a documentary about the Peruvian sea where four scientists and specialists who love the sea decide to undertake various trips along the Peruvian Pacific coast through an aerial, terrestrial and underwater view in order to show an intimate relationship that Peru has had, has and will have with the sea and marine species. You can watch it on Netflix.


Sharkwater Extinction

An exciting journey where we will follow filmmaker Rob Stewart in this documentary that exposes the massive shark fin industry and the corrupt politics behind it. It can be seen on Amazon Prime Video.


Our Planet

Documentary made using the latest technology, completely in Ultra High Definition by 50 different countries, from the most exotic jungles to the deepest oceans. You can watch it on Netflix.


Jago: A Life Underwater

It tells the story of an 80-year-old nomadic man named Rohani, who has spent his entire life navigating the waters of the south-eastern Coral Triangle of Asia. You can watch it on Netflix.


An ocean of plastic

Craig Leeson is a journalist who joins free diver Tanya Streeter and a team of scientists and researchers to travel to around twenty locations around the world for 4 years to explore the fragile state of our oceans. You can watch it on Netflix.


Night on Earth

New technologies reveal wonders of the planet in a totally different way. A documentary where you can discover the hidden side of impressive corners and spectacular landscapes from all over the world. You can watch it on Netflix.



It tells the story of Tilikum, a killer whale that killed several people during its captivity. In this documentary we can see exciting moments and interviews where we can explore the extraordinary nature of this creature. You can see it on Amazon Prime Video.


The Cove

A documentary where ex-dolphin trainer and activist Richard O’Barry works to end the killing of dolphins in Japan, especially Taiji, where marine mammals are frequently hunted. You can see it on Amazon Prime Video.


Born to Be Free

A documentary that tries to shed light on the abuse of marine mammals, showing the terrible conditions of 18 whales that have been living in captivity for years.

You can watch it on Netflix.


We hope you enjoy our selection. You just need to get the popcorn and continue enjoying the sea! And don't forget to tell us which one is your favorite on our social networks: FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

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