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Ocean Photographer of the Year Awards, dive fatalities off the South Coast and North Wales, Royal Evolution joins Aggressor Adventures in Sudan, BDMLR opens new seal hospital in Cornwall, dive industry mourns tech pioneer Dan Burton, and the release of Our Living Oceans.
The DAN Europe team explain how the dive reflex protects the brain and heart.
GO Diving Roadshow
The National Diving and Activity Centre played host to the inaugural GO Diving Roadshow in mid-September, and exhibitors and visitors made the most of the glorious weather, as Mark Evans explains.
National Geographic is releasing a documentary about the Thai cave rescue, appropriately titled The Rescue, and here explorer extraordinaire Jill Heinerth gives her opinion on the film.
Following his last article on working the subject, Martyn Guess discusses his thought processes for pre-planning a photography dive to help create stand-out images.
Who doesn’t like a UK night dive? The anticipation, the excitement, the senses well and truly heightened, the not- knowing of what will reveal itself. Back in June, Dorset divers Colin Garrett and his wife Sarah took UK diving deep into the night – 2am, to be precise.
CCR and photography
Nicolas Remy looks at the pros and cons of combining the technology of closed-circuit rebreathers with underwater photography.
Avid cave and mine diver Phil Short goes back to his ‘happy place’ – Langbans Mine in Sweden – a location he describes as being the ‘best mine dive in the world’.
Gear: What’s New
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans looks at news releases to market, including Fourth Element’s OcenPositive beach towel, and their new range of headwear, such as bucket hats and baseball caps. Plus, the Bearskin apres- divewear from Santi Diving.
Gear: Test Extra
Scuba Diver Editor-at-Large (Australia and New Zealand) Adrian Stacey rates and reviews the Suunto EON Steel Black, and Junior Editor Luke Evans gives his opinion on the Fourth Element Hydra drysuit.