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What’s on at the GO Diving Show in March, a dolphin rescue by BDMLR, a new dive centre on Anglesey, The Big Shark Pledge, a walrus visitor named Thor.
DAN Europe Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network experts offer advice on leukaemia and diving, and antibiotics use.
The Maldives, pt3
Stuart Philpott continues his Maldivian adventure with a visit to LUX Resort on Dhidhoofinolhu Island.
Q&A with John Garvin
We chat to tech instructor John Garvin about how he got started in diving, his cave-diving exploits in the Caribbean, and his work behind the scenes on Avatar: The Way of Water.
Q&A with Kirk Krack
Freediving guru Kirk Krack talks about his first experiences of diving, how he became the go-to person in freediving, and his work with cast and crew on Avatar: The Way of Water.
You’re going on your first safari and can’t wait – Richard Aspinall offers light-hearted advice for liveaboard virgins.
Alex Mustard continues his series on wide-angle.
Ross McLaren explores the diverse and rich waters of Loch Fyne, which is well known for supplying incredible seafood, but is a haven for divers.
Iceland is one of those places that has long been on many bucket lists, and in September, the Evans clan embarked on an epic seven-day adventure around this amazing country.
Divers Alert Network
Continuing his Diving Etiquette series, Claudio Di Manao offers some sage advice on diving from a boat.
Chris Jewell returns to the Picos de Europa cave systems.
We look at a host of new products, including the Atlas 62X and the Ultra 62X regulators from Mares, the Nautic wetsuits from Northern Diver, and the latest OceanPositive hoodies from Fourth Element.
Editorial Director Mark Evans gets to grips with the EOS dive light range from Mares, which ranges from compact back-up lights (which would also be perfect for use aboard) to larger units that make ideal primary torches in our waters. He also takes the Otter Watersports changing mat along to the frozen car park of Capernwray to see how useful it is.
First in a brand-new column brought to you by the team at the Midlands Diving Chamber.