Coral restoration on the GBR, a ‘fever’ of devil rays showcases Sabah’s biodiversity, Richard Cullen appointed to RAID board, and the dive industry mourns Tom Mount.
DAN Medical Q&A
Diver Alert Network’s medical experts answer your dive- related queries, including ‘Little Ear’ and atrial fibrillation.
Fast-moving weather patterns and the looming threat
of Omicron made for an interesting itinerary on a recent liveaboard trip on Spirit of Freedom, writes Diveplanit Travel’s Deborah Dickson-Smith.
‘Big animal’ encounters
Scuba Diver Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock lists his top 10 big animal encounters from around the world.
First in a new underwater photography series, in which world-renowned, multi-award-winning shooter Alex Mustard will be passing on hints and advice to help you improve your underwater photography techniques.
Divers Alert Network Asia-Pacific
The DAN Asia-Pacific team explain why Divers Alert Network does not share chamber locations or availability.
TECH: Truk Lagoon
Second of a four-part series looking at photogrammetry on the iconic shipwrecks of Truk Lagoon.
Q&A: Mike Mason
We chat to Mike Mason about The Human Diver, his love of wreck diving, and why sharks got him back into diving.
What makes a world-class dive site like Sipadan? Usually it is location, location, location, but protection is a big factor too. Deborah Dickson-Smith explains what makes it so special.
Scuba Diver Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock goes in search of the giant Australian cuttlefish.
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans looks at the innovative Scout mask from Fourth Element – the company’s first foray into diving hardwear – and showcases the SeaLife SeaDragon 3000SF Pro Dual Beam video light.
This month’s column is focused on a successful coral farming operation in Fiji.