Team The chosen articles from our current issue
By Jeanne Liebetrau and Peter Pinnock The TV series Lost is about people lost on a Pacific island. The Solomon Islands, on the other hand, are islands in the Pacific that are lost. Solomon Islands may have been the scene of bloody battles in WW2 but much of that is lost, …
By Pete Notman. Images by Pete Notman unless otherwise credited. My first trip to Antarctica was in 2008. My chance had come when one of the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) ‘team K082’ divers going to Granite Harbour that year couldn’t make …
by Pete Mesley For many years I have wanted to dive the Great Lakes and in August this year, a dream turned into reality. The obvious draw of this area was my incessant love of shipwrecks. Having dived many wrecks from different eras, from WWI to WWII, nuclear bomb blast …
Editorial by Dave Moran
The world’s largest recreational Dive Expo DEMA (Diving Equipment Manufacturers Association) was held in Orlando USA early in November. Was it displaying where diving is heading? The recent Undercurrent Newsletter (undercurrent.org) an item titled: ‘Anything new at the DEMA Show?’ Caught my attention. The comments were by John Bantin who is the former technical editor of the UK publication, Diver. He has over 20 years’ experience reviewing virtually every piece of dive equipment available in the UK and the US. His abbreviated comments: DEMA provides a good …
Solomon Islands – Lost
Fiji Qamea – Dive into a Fairy tale
Lake Superior – Diving the Great Lakes
Searching for the Fijian in Vanuatu
Drive and Dive Down Under – NSW coast Australia
Niue – Diving Below the Rock
Tropical Vagrants – A Sign of the Times, New Zealand
Goat Island Dive & Snorkel – New owners
British Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 Awards
Antarctic Diving – First Impressions
Shaping up for Summer Spearfishing
Anemone is feeding and has formed itself into a ball, Solomon Islands. By Peter Pinnock.
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