Greatest maritime disaster in history focus of new book Route of Death

On 30 January, it will be the 75th anniversary of the world’s biggest sea catastrophe – the sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff – and...

Diving industry mourns the loss of Aggressor Adventures’ Wayne Hasson

The diving world has been rocked by the passing of one of the industry’s longest-standing and most-influential figures – Aggressor Adventures’ President Wayne Hasson. Wayne,...
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Killer whale found dead in The Wash had plastic in its stomach

The decomposing body of a juvenile male killer whale was discovered on salt marches in The Wash, and while cause of death is unknown,...

Wreck Hunters archaeology course on Utila – and you could win a spot!

John McIntyre delves into a brand-new diving archaeology course which is being set-up on the Caribbean...

The Bahamas introduces the 4Bidden Four single-use plastics ban

The Bahamas Ministry of Environment and Housing implemented a single-use plastics ban nationwide on 1 January. The purpose of the ban on importation of...

Speaker roster revealed for all stages at GO Diving Show 2020!

The speaker roster for the GO Diving Show at the Ricoh Arena from 21-23 February (Friday...

Midlands Diving Chamber launches Dive Lectures 2020 in aid of Bite-Back

Join Midlands Diving Chamber for an evening of escapism, adventure and laughter, with great speakers and most importantly, fundraising for a great cause. Dive Lectures...

Girls That Scuba celebrates women in diving at GO Diving Show

Sarah Richard, founder of Girls That Scuba, is hosting panel discussions on the Main Stage at the GO Diving Show in February to celebrate...

Thai cave rescue claims another victim as Navy Seal dies from infection

The dramatic Thai cave rescue of the 12 boys and their coach from the Tham Luang complex tragically claimed the life of one Thai...

GO Diving Show Trade-Only Day – the ‘must-visit’ event for dive pros

Calling all members of the dive industry! A packed schedule awaits at the GO Diving Show Trade-Only Day on Friday 21 February. Supported by...