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The Maldives plans one of the world’s largest coral nurseries, new liveaboard for Ningaloo, Brand-new dive centre in Adelaide, and diving for the disabled.
DAN Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network discusses ‘immature blood cells’ and their impact on scuba diving pursuits.
Nigel Marsh is left awe-struck by the SS Yongala, which he believes rightly deserves its place in any top 10 shipwrecks of the world.
Okinawa boasts spectacular coral reefs, reliable aggregations of reef mantas and hammerheads, and a fascinating history. Diveplanit’s Deborah Dickson-Smith explains why you should add it to your dive bucket list.
If you want to get an impressive wide-angle photo, there are a few compositional elements you can always rely on. The Snell’s window is one of them, but what is Snell’s window? Mario Vitalini explains.
Divers Alert Network: Asia-Pacific A DAN member recounts his experience of a bend in Cozumel despite a conservative dive profile.
TECH: Mares Horizon
Experience rebreather diver Nicolas Remy explains what it is like getting to grips with the innovative Mares Horizon SCR on a certification course.
There is an amazing diversity of diving at Puerto Galera in the Philippines, as seasoned traveller Roni Ben-Aharon explains.
Scuba Diver’s Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock heads for Magic Point in Maroubra in search of the impressive grey nurse shark.
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans takes a look at new products coming to market, including a brand-new colour scheme for the handy Fourth Element Storm poncho, and a way to take your phone with you when you are diving, in the form of the SeaLife SportDiver housing.
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans rates and reviews the Paralenz Vaquita action camera, and takes the Avatar drysuit and undersuit for a spin.
PADI and National Geographic Pristine Seas partner together to protect at least 30% of the ocean by 2030 via MPAs