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Scuba Diver North America #14 out now


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There is now a small monthly charge to read the latest digital Scuba Diver magazine.

This mag will become free in a few months, as Issue 13 has now.

Or go to a dive story and pick up a print copy for free.

News round-up

The winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition are unveiled, coal mine blocked to protect Great Barrier Reef, a new underwater photo school in Fiji, divers find a Model T with an interesting history submerged in a Canadian river, and a new Captain for Aggressor Adventures in Belize.

Florida, part two

In a previous article, Walt Stearns provided a tour of the unique reef systems and described some of the interesting varieties of large marine life that can be found off Florida’s Palm Beach County coast. This time, he focuses on the region’s unique wreck diving experiences.

Divers Alert Network

The Divers Alert Network team discuss social dynamics and dive safety.

Q&A with Natalie L Gibb

We chat to Mexico-based cave diver and explorer Natalie L Gibb about the challenges of co-ordinating expeditions, why she loves cave diving, and being inducted into the Women Diver’s Hall of Fame.

Underwater photography

Walt Stearns discusses how to combine sun and flash for a more dynamic picture.

The Maldives

Stuart Philpott is never one to shy away from a challenge, and bouncing between four different resorts and three atolls in the Maldives in just 16 days was right up his alley. Here he kickstarts his adventure with a visit to Dhigali.


Iceland is one of those places that has long been on many bucket lists, and in September, the Evans clan – Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark, wife Penney and then-15-year-old son Luke – embarked on an epic seven-day adventure around this amazing country.

TECH: Mexico, part one

Maria Bollerup embarks on an epic adventure exploring new cave systems in the heart of Mexico’s cave country.

Test Extra

Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark Evans test dives the Apeks DSX dive computer, a highly advanced and well equipped unit that represents the well-regarded company’s first foray into a purpose-built dive computer, and the Seac Icona frameless mask, which comes in a wide selection of colors and is well priced against the opposition.

The Zen Diver

‘Zen Diver’ Tom Peyton explains why being apart from our ever-present technology – in this case, his cell phone – can be a refreshing and enlightening experience.

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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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