In the hard copy of issue 91:
Explosive White Island –
Diving the waters around an active volcano was a disturbing prospect. As it turned out the White Island experience was explosive – for its beauty not its eruptions.
Marine reserves –
Yes Marine Reserves actually work!
Why divers die –
We discuss panic and entrapment.
Legends never die – Buster Crabb –
The one element that turns a myth into a legend is the unresolved ending …
Russian sub rescue –
The brotherhood of the sea.
Extreme depth diving is still the preserve of an exclusive group of adventurers.
HMAS Brisbane – a warrior reborn –
The first dives on the wreck.
Last Chance to see the Eliza Ramsden Wreck –
The first time I dived this wreck I thought Iâd missed it and landed on a section of reef.
Clamp a tiger by the tail –
Frogfish, flamboyants and fireworks
Lembeh isnât just about small and whacky creatures. There are a couple of wreck close by.
Mako Sharks –
They are especially attractive creatures and we have a genuine admiration for these beautiful, fast and agile predators.
Shark survival –
My first shark encounter.
HMNZS Wellington –
In just one minute 50 seconds after an explosive thud resounded through the waters she slipped beneath the waves.
DEMA, Las Vegas, USA –
Dave Moran brings us the latest.
Crossed paths –
The essence of adventure and exploration is increasingly more important in our busy, crowded lives.
A fun alternative – muck diving –
Anywhere you have a sufficiently large enough body of water a dive can often be had.
Accommodation, Boat and Service Directories; Books, Videos, DVDs, posters; Classified; Colemanâs Critters; Competition
Shades of Colour;
Editorial; Fishing with Bruce Duncan; Diving the Web; Incident Insights; Letters to the Editor; Medical Practitioners; New Releases; News; Photography; Product News; Spearfishing;
The Spineless Majority; Tide Times; Timewarp; News; Travel News; Trip Log; Whatâs Happening New Zealand and Australia.