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Avatar mask wins design award, deep-water wrecks filmed for first time, Dahab diver shark fatality, the launch of Generation Sea Change, and a new Public Safety Diver course from RAID.
DAN Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network medical experts discuss diving while breast-feeding, and coral scrapes.
Since Nicolas Remy turned underwater photography into a career, he regularly gets asked that difficult question – where was your most memorable dive? His answer fits in only three words – South West Rocks.
Nicolas Remy explores the Middle Eastern country of Jordan, and discovers amazing sights both above ground – including Petra and Wadi Rum – and underwater, where you can find the Military Museum and the no less than two huge aircraft.
World-class tech diving with humpback whales, huge fevers of rays and various species of sharks just an easy day-trip distance from Australia’s third largest city? Welcome to Manta Lodges’ annual Tech Weekend on North Stradbroke Island!
Divers Alert Network
The DAN team look at ear and sinus barotrauma, decompression sickness, and marine envenomation.
Daughters of the Deep
PT Hirschfield discovers how raising funds and awareness to support scuba training in disadvantaged countries can prevent the exclusion of girls from education and the workforce.
Dr Terry Cummins and his wife Cathie make the most of last- minute spots opening up on a Spoilsport liveaboard itinerary out to the upper Ribbon Reefs of the Great Barrier Reef.
The Scuba Diver team looks at new releases to market, including the Scubapro Galileo 3, or G3, wristwatch-style computer, the Nautica seascooter range, the Avatar 102 Airon drysuit, and the Fourth Element Seeker mask.
Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews the innovative Scubapro S-Tek Fins, and sees how they compare with the existing Supernova fins, which use the same foot pocket.
A closer look at Melanesia’s first PADI Eco Centre.