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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 40 Out Now


Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 40 Out Now

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News roundup
Final report released by Living Oceans Foundation, the launch of the Underwater Photographer of the Year awards, Spirit of Freedom liveaboard back in action, an update from Dive Munda, and a diver finds a Crusader sword off Israel.

DAN Medical Q&A
The Diver Alert Network specialists and researchers answer a question about thrombotic strokes and returning to diving.

Adrian Stacey extols the virtues of North Stradbroke Island, and explains why he always looks forward to a visit.

Diveplanit Travel column
The Diveplanit team offers some sage advice on travelling post-COVID.

Deborah Dickson-Smith normally plans a dive trip to Fiji every year, and now that borders are set to open, it will be the first international dive holiday on Deb’s agenda.

Underwater Photography
What UW photographers who have had a long break from diving should do to make sure they get back up to speed.

Divers Alert Network
The experts at DAN explain the top five factors that can increase your chances of decompression sickness.

Wreck Hunter
Part two of the challenges of searching for ancient wrecks.


Q&A with Jill Heinerth Canadian Jill Heinerth is a world-renowned cave diver, photographer and film-maker. Scuba Diver talked to her about how she first became interested in diving, and what the future holds in store for her.

The Maldives
Byron Conroy explores the Deep South on a liveaboard.

New Zealand
Brooke O’Connell explains the allure of Wellington’s underwater habitats, which include the colourful Mermaid’s Kitchen and the impressive F69 shipwreck.

What’s New
We take a look at some of the new products hitting the market, including the Seiko Prospex King Turtle watch, the TRIWA X Sea Shepherd watch, and the Blu3 Nomad, an innovative surface-supply dive set suitable for use in shallow water.

Test Extra
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been diving the Garmin Descent MK2i for several months on a long-term test, and here he tries the smaller cousin, the Descent MK2S, which has all of the functionality of the Descent MK2, but
in a dinky package, more suited to teenagers, women and smaller blokes.

Conservation Corner
The Raja Ampat community fights against crown of thorns.

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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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