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Hanging out with the President is always cool, and very addictive. We know people who go back year after year just to spend time with the President. Located near …
Endless barrier reefs, lagoons, shark diving, corals, sponges, 1000 fish species… Circled by two of the world’s largest barrier reefs, Fiji presents the ultimate …
Who in their right mind would want to dive under 60 cm or more of ice? Some might think I’m not in my right mind… But late last year I was part of an month long …
Dave Abbott picks up Part II of his recent Tahiti adventure All photos by Dave Abbot Though sad to leave Moorea I was excited to be jumping on a plane to Rangiroa …
Editorial by Dave Moran
It was with interest that I read in the New Zealand Herald regarding the ongoing battle to limit the amount of plastic material entering waterways and eventually the ocean. The article mentioned tiny plastic pellets “nurdles” which are less than 5mm in diameter. These are the raw …
Full Contents of Latest Issue (Subscribe for Full Access)
- Plastic, plastic and a lot more plastic
- Plus, The Great Barrier Reef is indeed a world asset, with Dave
- Mysterious shipwrecks to yield their secrets
- Diver dies at Doubtful Sound
- Diving for the history of the Southern Cross Cable
- Contest to find ways to reduce marine pests cuts out too early
- New package deal to Munda offered
- Solomon Airlines ‘best little airline in the Pacific’
- For the first time the foreplay of Giant Devil Rays has been witnessed and wow, is it interesting!
- You too could train for diving under ice. Warrick Powrie tells us why he got skilled up for it, and what was involved
- Emperor Penguins are being tagged for their own good
- The basking sharks off the north of Scotland are an experience worth every effort it takes to get there, writes Tony Burt
- Caves in the Cook Islands are simply awe inspiring, as majestic as any anywhere. Now they’re being mapped for more divers to enjoy
Bucket List – Destinations
- Fiji’s hot spots for diving are legendary; here’s just some of them
- Big sharks and ripping currents. Tahiti’s atolls excel – Tahiti Part II
- Hanging with the President. Nigel Marsh extolls the timeless attractions of Vanuatu’s SS Coolidge
- New stuff to capture your wallet
Our Expert Columnists
- Estuarine Clingfish, Species Focus, with Paul Caiger
- Unrecognised case of skin DCS resolves spontaneously.
- Incident Insights with DAN, the Divers Alert Network.
- Nitrogen narcosis is about to be researched in New Zealand. Dive Medicine, with Professor Simon Mitchell.
- Understanding histograms: Digital Imaging with Hans Weichselbaum.
- Diving the Web, with Phil Bendle.
- Shades of Colour – more stunning images in our regular photo competition.
- Crayfish crisis not over, Legasea Update.
Just for fun!
- Trouble in Gran Malaria! – Hilarity hits when Traffic Policeman Glommer gets pinched at 20m
- BACK IN THE DAY! Remember the Queen’s visit back in the 1950s? Well, a Dive report years afterwards suggests all was not what it should have been when divers were asked to do security.
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