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Mark Evans

Mark Evans
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Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

Andy Phillips – body found in Canada confirmed as missing diver

Authorities in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, have now confirmed that the body found on Saturday 22 June in the St Lawrence River was that of...

Scapa Flow – unexploded torpedo found during 100th anniversary week

A Royal Navy bomb disposal team is now in the Orkney Islands after an underwater survey on Saturday (22 June) revealed an unexploded torpedo...
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BREAKING NEWS: Renowned instructor trainer Andy Phillips dies on Canada river dive

The worldwide diving industry is in shock today with the announcement that PADI Platinum Course Director and technical instructor trainer Andy Phillips has died...

Are you ready to Paddle Round the Pier in 2019?

Oyster Diving will be hosting the recreational diving for Paddle-Round-the-Pier (6-7 July), Europe's largest free beach festival, raising £1,000s for charities. Each year, around...

Bonaire – new diving destination from Diverse Travel

When you want uncomplicated and stress-free diving, Bonaire is the perfect holiday destination that will appeal to all levels of dive qualification. With a...

Boeing 747 being sunk off Bahrain as ‘ultimate underwater theme park’

The operation to sink a 70-metre-long Boeing 747 passenger aircraft in the waters off Bahrain as part of a massive ‘underwater theme park’ is...

Single-use plastics to be banned in Canada by 2021

After the European Union and other nations announced bans on certain single-use plastics in October last year, Canada has now followed suit and put...

Sea of Change Foundation expands mission

Founded in 2015 by leaders in the scuba diving industry, the Sea of Change Foundation is expanding its core mission while maintaining focus on...

Hawaii islands’ marine debris issue caught on film

Divers – and increasingly the general public – are aware of the problems of plastic and man-made pollution in our oceans, but anything that...

Free entry to Horniman Aquarium for World Oceans Day fun-day

The Horniman Museum and Gardens in south London is offering free entry to its Aquarium on Saturday 8 June as part of its family-fun-packed...