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News round-up
B-24 Liberator bomber found in Canada, lost ring found off Windermere, fatal Bahamas shark attack, new wreck for Malta and Gozo, and kelp honour for Queen Elizabeth II.

DAN Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network experts offer advice on oxygen ear, and issues with altitude after diving.

Mike Clark is a hugely experienced underwater photographer with decades of diving under his belt, but incredibly, he had never been on a Red Sea liveaboard – until now.

Q&A with Tom St George
We chat to the award-winning underwater photographer about the challenges of shooting in caves, teaching people on photo workshops, and being in the water with big animals.

Lawson Wood goes on the hunt for the elusive anglerfish.

Mustard’s Masterclass
Alex Mustard launches a new series on wide-angle photography, this time focusing on available light.

Divers Alert Network
In the first of a two-parter, the DAN Europe team discuss diving etiquette when you are diving in a group.

Scuba Diver North America Editor Walt Stearns makes a memorable passage through the Flores Island group on the Arenui luxury liveaboard.

Located just over 30km off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia, Pulau Tioman is a hidden gem. Surrounded by a well-protected marine reserve, Deborah Dickson-Smith explains why you should add Tioman to your diving holiday wish list’.

TECH: Germany
Forklifts, excavators and explosive danger – the Felicitas slate mine in the Schmallenberger Sauerland is an impressive mine for the adventurous.

What’s New
We take a look at some new products heading to market, and as we head into the winter months, it is ideal timing for some of the apres-dive clothing. We have the Submariner jumper from Fourth Element, new T-shirts from KUBI, a 200gm undersuit from Otter Watersports, a hoodie from Santi Diving, and a warm hood from Tecline.

Test Extra
Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews new equipment – in this issue, the Fourth Element HALO AR undersuit, and the Shearwater Research Perdix 2 are given the once-over on dives both here in the UK and in the decidedly chilly waters of Iceland.

Our World-Underwater Scholarship
Hannah Douglas expands her freediving skills on a course with Kirk Krack in the Cayman Islands.

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Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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