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Ghost Diving targets net in Lampedusa, tragic stranding of pilot whales in Scotland, shipwreck find in the Great Lakes, seagrass campaign in Cornwall, and a ban on the import and export of shark fins in the UK.
DAN Europe Medical Q&A
The DAN team on bipolar disorder and diving.
Lawson Wood extols the virtues of Inverary Pier, which is located on the western side of Loch Fyne in Scotland.
Q&A: David Strike, part two
With hundreds of articles under his belt, and a hand in organising various renowned diving events, David Strike is a veritable mine of information, and with a diving history incorporating recreational, technical, military and commercial diving, you just know he is going to have some fantastic stories – and we were not disappointed.
Byron Conroy has dived Raja Ampat many times but always from a liveaboard. He visits Meridian Adventure Dive’s land- based operation to see if it lives up to the same expectations.
Alex Mustard focuses his attention on wreck photography, in particular, the SS Thistlegorm in the Egyptian Red Sea.
Egypt’s Gulf of Suez is full of sunken ships that are still virgin territory, and the Cape Clear could well become a ‘new Thistlegorm’ for the 2020s, reckons Daniel Brinckmann.
Divers Alert Network
Claudio Di Manao discusses the benefits of wearing a hood, but also the potential downsides and issues that need to be recognised and dealt with.
Walt Stearns dives with the sperm whales of Dominica.
Kurt Storms was in Malta for the Rebreather Forum 4 event, but while he was there, he took the opportunity to do a whistlestop tour around some of the island’s top shipwrecks.
We take a look at new products coming to market, including some new clothing from Santi Diving, including a handy poncho, as well as some nifty Santi mugs and a water bottle.
Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews the Scubapro 5/4mm Yulex wetsuit, which is completely neoprene-free, the Mares Sirius wristwatch-style dive computer, which definitely raises their game in this arena, and the compact Tidal Sport’s roll-up snorkel.
The latest from the Midlands Diving Chamber.