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SDI/TDI announces acquisition of Performance Freediving International

In a huge announcement for the freediving world, International Training (ITI), the parent company of SDI, TDI, ERDI, and First Response Training International, has announced its acquisition of Performance Freediving International (PFI). This means that SDI/TDI shakes up the...
Scuba Diver Magazine 2

World’s largest wedding in a water-filled cave

Norwegian Ina Trælnes and Finn Jani Santala are aiming for the Guinness World Records. On 10 August, they have invited 70 guests to an underground wedding in the heart of the Norwegian mountains. The...
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Diver Medic launches Diving Emergency Medical Responder course

The Diver Medic is excited to announce the new EFR Instructor Authored Programme called Diving Emergency Medical Responder (DEMR) Course. The purpose of the EFR Approved Diving Emergency Medical Responder (DEMR) Specialty Course is...
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RNLI receives £10,000 donation to help divers stay safe

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has received a £10,000 donation from long-term partners Fred. Olsen. The money will go towards funding the charity’s Diver Health Kiosks. The donation was presented to the RNLI at...
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Calling all divers – are you up to the Coniston Challenge?

The Coniston Challenge sees sighted people completing a running, walking or kayak-based challenge in aid of the Guide Dogs for the Blind – and this year, for the first time ever, there is a...
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New Arabian Aggressor liveaboard explores Sudan and Djibouti

Aggressor Adventures is expanding its destinations to include a new scuba-diving yacht operating in Sudan and Djibouti. In February 2020, Aggressor Adventures will begin offering seven, ten and 11-night charters departing from Port Sudan on...
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Iconic Scapa Flow wrecks sell – but at a bargain-basement price

In a move carefully orchestrated to coincide with the 100th anniversary commemorations of the mass scuttling of the German World War One fleet in Scapa Flow, four of the famous shipwrecks were put up...
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Regaldive introduces Abu Dabbab on Egypt’s Red Sea

For those looking for superb diving away from the crowds, specialist operator Regaldive is newly offering Abu Dabbab Diving Lodge on Egypt’s Red Sea coast. Comprised of a collection of wooden bungalows, the Lodge is...



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Scuba Diver Australia

Scuba Diver Australia & New Zealand Issue 13 – OUT NOW

Read the latest news, equipment reviews and travel reports in Scuba Diver Australia issue 13, out now in all good dive stores or read...
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The TRAGIC History of the M2 Submarine

Texts and photographs by Stuart Philpott I watched diesel fuel blob up onto the mirror-calm surface. The boat skipper said this was a good indication...
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Hamada the best kept SECRET in Egypt

Port Ghalib and Marsa Alam used to be considered the ‘Deep South’ in Egypt, but now visiting divers have the opportunity to venture even...
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10 reasons to dive the Egyptian Red Sea

The Egyptian Red Sea is a hotspot for European divers for several reasons. One, while only a five-hour flight away, it has a great...


Underwater Photography

Underwater Photographer of the Week Dan Bolt

Underwater Photographer of the Week: Dan Bolt

How did you get started in underwater photography? I learned to dive when I was 13-years-old in the days when underwater photography was still a...