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Grenada gains a new shipwreck

  After weeks of searching, Peter Seupel and the team from Aquanauts Grenada have located the island’s latest wreck dive – the Persia II.The Vincentian-registered...

UPDATE: Key Largo dive centre named in Rob Stewart lawsuit

More details of the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Canadian director/film-maker Rob Stewart have emerged, and Horizon Dive Centre, based in...

The plight for a clean Falmouth

For several years, Mark Milburn and his team of volunteer divers have been collecting rubbish from underwater around Falmouth. This year, they are teaming...

Stewart family to file wrongful death lawsuit

In a move many have been expecting, it has been announced that the family of Sharkwater director/film-maker Rob Stewart is preparing to file a...

RAID Diver First Aid Instructor Workshop

To celebrate the launch of the RAID Diver First Aid course, RAID UK and Malta held an inaugural First Aid Instructor Workshop at Glaciere...

Big savings on Cocos charters

Dive Worldwide is inviting you to experience the remote Pacific outpost of Cocos Island, Costa Rica, aboard the Okeanos Aggressor II and save £330...

OUR-WORLD UNDERWATER SCHOLAR: Cave and island paradise

  Towards the end of my year as the Scholar, the diving adventures keep getting more and more exciting. Last month, I was invited to...

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...