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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 39 Out Now

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Contents

News roundup


Winners of the Ocean Photography Awards announced, new liveaboard in Saudi Arabia, Reeftip drinks support the Great Barrier Reef, advice on best practices for swimming with mantas, and the Darkwater Group acquire KISS CCR.

DAN Medical Q&A


The Divers Alert Network team answer questions about bruising after diving, and diving after surgery.

Australia


The Rowley Shoals is one of Australia’s most-remote dive locations, and with one of the shortest dive seasons in the world, fewer than 200 people dive this isolated and pristine location each year.

Mexico


A few weeks ago, Mike Bartick answered a call which had him quickly booking a flight and pack-ing his gear. What happened after that was surprising, reviving and nothing short of inspiring as he escaped to Cozumel, Mexico, in search of fun and freedom.

Underwater Photography


Mario Vitalini celebrates the return of travel to Egypt by focusing on one of his favourite sites, The Barge.

Divers Alert Network: Asia Pacific


The DAN team dives deep into the myth that divers feel less tired after a dive on nitrox than they would have on air.

TECH: Sweden


Avid cave and mine diver Phil Short goes back to his ‘happy place’ – Langbans Mine in Sweden – a location he describes as being the ‘best mine dive in the world’.

Malaysia


Deborah Dickson-Smith showcases several resorts and organisations running conservation projects throughout Malaysia.

Australia


Scuba Diver’s Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock ventures into the waters off Nelson Bay, which as he explains, is critter central for those in the know.

What’s New


Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans presents a round up of some of the latest releases on to the dive market, including the Aqualung Xscape wetsuits, new colour ways for the Fourth Element Gulper water bottles, and the INON Z-330 strobe.

Test Extra


Nicolas Remy presents an in-depth review of the Mares Horizon eSCR, comparing it with his existing rEvo CCR and looking at the pros and cons of this innovative new design, which could put rebreather technology into the hands of recreational divers at a great price point.

Conservation Corner


The WWF says sharks and rays are at risk of extinction.

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