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New Indian Ocean Territories Marine Parks, Malaysia reopens its borders, a reef-friendly eco-cosmetic range from ScubaScreen, and a new liveaboard for Cocos Island.
DAN Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network team looks at some of the common hazards to divers.
Nicolas Remy reminisces about New South Wales dive site Bass Point, which is where he learned to dive back in 2007, but which still holds plenty of allure for experienced divers.
We take a whistlestop tour around eight of the top diving locations in the Philippines, which was declared Asia’s Leading Dive Destination by the 28th World Travel Awards – the third consecutive year it has won the title.
Alex Mustard turns his attention to cameras and housings, offering sage advice to help you avoid spending your hard-earned cash on the wrong equipment set-up for your requirements.
Divers Alert Network
The DAN Asia-Pacific team looks at a case involving decompression sickness and treatment delay.
TECH: Truk Lagoon
In our fourth and final part of this series, Marcus Blatchford and Pete Mesley talk about the immense challenges involved in the Project Baseline wreck-mapping project in Truk Lagoon.
Scuba Diver Australia and New Zealand Editor Adrian Stacey reckons the waters around Komodo offer some of the most adrenaline-fuelled diving on the planet.
Nigel Marsh waxes lyrical about the diving around Queensland’s Mudjimba Island, which boasts marine life more commonly associated with the waters off Southeast Asia.
The Scuba Diver team looks at some new products coming to market, including the Paralenz Vaquita Flip Mount and Macro Lens Bundle, and the Garmin Descent G1 series dive computer.
Scuba Diver Australia and New Zealand Editor Adrian Stacey takes the Mares XR Polygon backplate-and-wing out on test, the first time he had dived one of these systems, and I think it is safe to say he was suitably impressed.
The Junior Marine Environment Education Programme for children living with disabilities in Papua New Guinea.