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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 44 Out Now


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Top 10 Safety Stop Tips

Safety stops are best done when you’re completely horizontal in the water so that your entire body is at the same depth and decompressing at the same rate. And if you’re holding onto a line in a current then there’s more space for other divers to be at the correct depth.

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News round-up
The thresher sharks of Malapascua, new travel expert for Diveplanit, Endurance is found, an award for Carl Spencer, and the Philippines reopens its borders.

DAN Medical Q&A
The experts from Divers Alert Network offer some hints on the best ways to clean your scuba equipment.

Heron Island is a nature lovers’ paradise, and because of its size, everything is just on your doorstep, sometimes literally. Scuba Diver Australia and New Zealand Editor Adrian Stacey waxes lyrical about the island’s delights.

Deborah Dickson-Smith embarks on a whistlestop tour of some of the diving hotspots in Thailand, from the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand.

Mustard’s Masterclass
Underwater photography guru Alex Mustard explains how nailing down our diving skills is a core element for improving our underwater photography.

Divers Alert Network
The DAN Asia-Pacific team look at the ways in which divers can attract the attention of their buddies and other divers.

TECH: Truk Lagoon
Third of a four-part series looking at photogrammetry on the iconic shipwrecks of Truk Lagoon.

Lauren Sparks offers an insider’s guide to volunteering on marine conservation projects, and explains what is available and what to expect, along with advice on finding – and funding – the ideal trip for you.

The Rapid Bay Jetty is one of the most-renowned dive sites in Australia, and for good reason, as Chelsea Haebich explains.

What’s New
Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark Evans takes a look at new products heading for the market, including the Hollis line-up of new backplate-and-wings, the Mares EOS torch range, Tecline’s Frameless Super View mask, and the SeaLife Reefmaster RM-4K Pro 2000.

Test Extra
Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews the innovative new Fourth Element Scout mask, the progressive company’s first foray into diving hardwear.

Conservation Corner
Advice on how to help reduce rivers and waterways becoming polluted with manmade products.

Adrian Stacey
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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