Swim Through The Seven Seas With Google Fish View

Happy Early World Ocean Day!

Is there anywhere that Google Street View hasn’t gone? It’s visited monuments in Egypt, gone zip-lining through the Amazon rainforest, wandered under the aurora, and rafted down the Colorado.

Now, in honor of World Oceans Day on June 8, Google Maps teamed up with XL Catlin Seaview Survey, NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, and the Chagos Conservation Trust to put together an assortment of underwater (or near-the-water) views for people to explore–no SCUBA gear needed. Google did a similar project a few years ago, when it put together views of spectacular reefs around the world.

Click through some of the amazing images above, and then click on the links in the description to see the whole 360 degree wet and wonderful world.

Giant Travely

A school of giant travely swimming in Mexico


This giant sunfish off the Bali coast seems a bit surprised to be photographed.


Having a whale of a time in the Cook Islands.


Swimming with a sea turtle in Timor-Leste.


Channel your inner treasure hunter and explore shipwrecks, like this one off the coast of Aruba.

Sunset on the Beach

And if all that is too much excitement for you, relax and watch the sun set on the beach in American Samoa.