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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.

PADI sold to Mandarinfish Holdings for $700 million

The Professional Association of Diving Instructors, better known as PADI, is the world’s largest diver certification agency, and it has been sold – again...

BDMLR rescue stricken Devon whale

Shortly before midday yesterday, Solent Coastguard were contacted by fishermen off Blackpool Beach, near Dartmouth, on the south coast of Devon, as they had found...

Introducing Scuba Travel’s new photo pro

  Scuba Travel have been arranging escorted photography holidays for over a decade, and this week Mario Vitalini has joined their impressive line-up. He will be...

UK implements flight ban on electronic items

  In the wake of the USA announcing a flight ban on electronic items over a certain size being allowed in cabin baggage from eight...

BSAC video comp now open

BSAC's #GreatBritishDiving video competition is now live – with divers and snorkellers invited to get creative and make a short video that captures and...

Dance from the Deep

  Just when you thought you’d heard everything… After underwater dining, underwater weddings, underwater pumpkin carving and even underwater music festivals, now we’ve got an...

Go diving for Red Nose Day!

Stellar Divers and Above & Below are going 'scuba crazy' - the team want to set a record (and raise funds for Red Nose...

Accidental world record sparks a trend

  In March 2016, Tekdeep were joined by blind diver Graham Owen on the specialist technical liveaboard vessel, MV Legends, in the Egyptian Red Sea. During...

Duxy joins Ultimate Diving and Oonasdivers

Scuba Diver’s underwater photography guru Paul ‘Duxy’ Duxfield has been a leading figure within the dive industry for the last ten years, initially as...

Cruise ship coral calamity continues

The Indonesian government is not remaining quiet after a cruise ship operated by a British company destroyed part of a pristine reef in Raja...