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Dive industry mourns passing of Stan Waterman, seagrass projects see success, Darwin200 expedition sets sail, megalodon tooth find in Essex, and SS Mars gets cleaned up.
DAN Europe Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network experts discuss flying with middle-ear squeeze, and preventing immersion pulmonary oedema.
Editorial Director Mark Evans and the rest of his clan braved stormy winds, choppy seas and torrential rain to head out to Lundy Island and its colony of grey seals.
Q&A: Kurt Storms
We chat to the talented Belgian underwater photographer who specialises in wreck, mine and cave diving imagery.
Catherine Hoezler showcases some of Aqaba's underwater delights after the city's first international Underwater Photo Competition played host to entrants from 13 nations.
This month, Alex Mustard takes aim at the humble anemonefish, which is one of the most-charismatic and charming little fish in the oceans, and one that Alex says should not be ignored by experienced shooters.
Lewis Jeffries and Dr Richard Lilley take us behind the scenes of a project named Sjogras, which is norse for ‘seagrass', that seeks to evidence the biodiversity found in Orkney's seagrass meadows and assess its capacity to sequester and store carbon.
Divers Alert Network
Claudio Di Manao continues the series of hints and advice on how to make equalising as comfy and simple as possible.
Editorial Director Mark Evans heads to Egypt's offshore marine parks and Deep South on board the luxurious Scuba Scene, and reckons it sets the bar very high for liveaboards not just in the Red Sea, but on a global scale. When was the last time you saw a liveaboard with a ‘pool'?
Byron Conroy travelled to the Bahamas with one aim in mind – to get some high-quality shark photographs. In this two-part feature, we follow his 14-day adventure on the Bahamas Master liveaboard, which more than delivered.
TECH: GUE CCR1 course
Kerrie Burow makes the long trek from Australia to the Netherlands to complete the challenging Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) CCR1 course.
Ross McLaren gives the lowdown on the diving on offer around Scotland's Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe.
The latest from the Midlands Diving Chamber.