Team The chosen articles from the current issue

The Million Dollar Dive

The Million Dollar Dive

  By Leigh Bishop. Images by Leigh Bishop, Richard Stevenson and Richie Kohler. For a team of technical …

The Tragedy of War – Rusting Remains Shelter New Life

The Tragedy of War – Rusting Remains Shelter New Life

By Dave Moran. Images by Dave Moran or as credited.  They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age …

The Phoenix Kayak Adventure!

The Phoenix Kayak Adventure!

The Scuba Diver, the Fisherman & the Spearo By Stone Meharry & Tine Funderud, Goat Island Dive and …


Editorial by Dave Moran


Leigh Bishop takes us on a deep-wreck dive to Britannic

It’s amazing – really amazing! Just when you think the magazine has just about published all the stories that a diver could experience in a lifetime, something else pops up and bowls you over! When we published the magazine’s first edition Dec/Jan 1991, the term ‘tech diving’ was not a term divers used. Open circuit scuba diving was …

Also in the current issue

Britannic – The Million-Dollar Dive

Honduras – The Curse of the Mermaid

Fiji – Paradise Renewed at Volivoli

The Tragedy of War – Rusting Remains Shelter New Life

Papua New Guinea – The Divine Diversity of Walindi

Rāhui – Deep Water Cove, New Zealand

British Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2016

Taniwha II – A Human-Powered Fish-like Racing Submarine

Dive Medicine – Why Real Men and Women Use Checklists

 

Cover details: Jellyfish on Aikoko maru, Truk Lagoon, by Simon Mitchell. Nikon D300 with a 10.5mm fisheye lens, Nexus housing, f/9, 1/125 sec, ISO 200, 10mm, twin Inon Z-240 strobes.

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