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Anna Sofie Wreck & a 100 Year Mystery of the Unknown Soldier

Photographs by Stuart Philpott Anna Sofie Wreck The lure of a 100-year-old mystery was just too much to ignore. Steve Hutchinson - aka ‘Hutch’ - the...

10 AWESOME Grenada wrecks that will make you LUST for rust!

There are few countries globally that can compete with Grenada and Carriacou when it comes to shipwrecks, never mind just in the Caribbean, and...

The delightful Daymaniyats

The Sultanate of Oman lags behind near-neighbours Egypt and Jordan when it comes to being embedded in the sub-conscious of the diving fraternity, but...
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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...

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...

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...

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...

Bonaire – the home of diving freedom

Colourful sponges and encrusting corals caked every square inch of the wreck, providing a riot of vibrant tones every time my dual camera strobes...
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Scuba Diver AP Issue 10 – OUT NOW

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