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Scuba Diver issue #78 out now!


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News round-up

DEEP unveiled, accusations fly at Adam Hanlon, Tally the turtle is released, Honeydew runs aground, Avatar mask wins top award, and Ocean Leisure closes after 44 years.

DAN Europe Medical Q&A

The Divers Alert Network experts discuss diving and dental barotrauma.


Trevor Jackson explores the wreck of the SS Yongala, regularly named one of the Top 10 Shipwreck Dives in the World.

Q&A: Rico Oldfield

We chat to Rico Oldfield, who is well established as a talented artist, but has also enjoyed stints as an underwater cameraman and a shipwreck hunter.

PADI Rescue Diver

The PADI Rescue Diver course is one of the most-rewarding certifications a diver can take, but as 17-year-old Amélie Krestovnikoff found out with her younger brother Oliver and TV presenter Mum Miranda, it is also challenging, but fun at the same time.

Mustard's Masterclass

This month, Alex Mustard makes a brief departure from photo technique to talk photo gear, because the hot topic in underwater photography is the rise of the full-frame mirrorless camera.

Unearthing Endeavour

James Hunter and Kieran Hosty describe exploring and identifying the shipwreck of James Cook’s famed vessel of exploration.

Divers Alert Network

Claudio Di Manao continues his series focusing on equalisation, and problems associated with it.


The resort of Taba Heights was always a popular destination for divers, especially underwater photographers, and it was a shame to see it fall off the grid after the devastating floods of 2014. Now it is making a return to the diving scene, and Stuart Philpott flew out to check it out firsthand.

The Bahamas, part two

Byron Conroy concludes his liveaboard adventure around the Bahamas, and more than fulfils his mission objective of capturing top-quality shark images.

TECH: North America, part one

Acclaimed underwater photographer and videographer Becky Kagan Schott explains how she came to fall in love with the shipwrecks of the Great Lakes.

What's New

The Scuba Diver team take a look at the latest from Scubapro – the Galileo 3 wristwatch dive computer.

Test Extra

Editorial Director Mark Evans rates and reviews the innovative Scubapro S-Tek fins.

Chamber Diaries

The latest from the Midlands Diving Chamber.

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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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