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The new All-Star Red Sea set to launch in Egypt in March, a new cave-diving world record in South Africa, PADI mermaids to the rescue in California, anti-social octopus caught on camera, and Challenger space shuttle debris found off Florida.
Dive the World with Walt, pt3
As we all look forward to life getting back to some semblance of normality into 2023, North America Editor Walt Stearns dives into his back catalogue to give us some global destinations to add to our diving ‘bucket list’, this time focusing on the Red Sea, South Africa, the Maldives, Rowley Shoals in Australia, and the Azores.
United States of America
North America Editor Walt Stearns takes us on a voyage of discovery on Palm Beach’s diverse reef systems, and explains what draws him back time and again to this rich eco-system, which is prime territory for some larger critters, including various species of shark, Goliath grouper, turtles and stingrays
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
That man again, Walt Stearns recalls his memorable trip to the Nature Island of Dominica to dive with the resident sperm whales that call these deep waters home – his photographs give a tiny glimpse into what it must be like to be in the water with these leviathons.
Maria Bollerup, Pete Mesley and Rasmus Dysted head off into the unknown in Sulawesi in search of undiscovered cave systems and have to deal with some arduous terrain just to get to the entrances.