Giant trevally wanderlust revealed

The Seychelles giant trevally drew public attention when televised attacking seabirds in Blue Planet II but as a keystone species in the marine ecosystem now needs protection, says the Save Our Seas Foundation. SOSF has just produced a study revealing that the fish has a wider range than previously realised. Read more...

Backyard Babbacombe

He has moved from the Coral Triangle to the West Country but does Henley Spiers regard it as a comedown in terms of diving? Not a bit of it, as he now has an iconic British site on his doorstep. Read more...

Hero diver combats Covid on two fronts

The fourth of Emperor Divers’ eight Covid Diver Heroes has been named, marking the halfway point in the liveaboard operator’s campaign to recognise and reward outstanding pandemic achievements among members of the global diving community. Read more...

FREE May DIVER Magazine out now!

TO ENSURE prompt delivery of DIVER Magazine during the continuing period of coronavirus disruption a special FREE digital version of the MAY issue has been produced to replace the normal paper copy. Read more...

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Giant trevally wanderlust revealed

The Seychelles giant trevally drew public attention when televised attacking seabirds in Blue Planet II but as a keystone species in the marine ecosystem now needs protection, says the Save Our Seas Foundation. SOSF has just produced a study revealing that the fish has a wider range than previously realised. Read more...

Hero diver combats Covid on two fronts

The fourth of Emperor Divers’ eight Covid Diver Heroes has been named, marking the halfway point in the liveaboard operator’s campaign to recognise and reward outstanding pandemic achievements among members of the global diving community. Read more...

FREE May DIVER Magazine out now!

TO ENSURE prompt delivery of DIVER Magazine during the continuing period of coronavirus disruption a special FREE digital version of the MAY issue has been produced to replace the normal paper copy. Read more...

Backyard Babbacombe

He has moved from the Coral Triangle to the West Country but does Henley Spiers regard it as a comedown in terms of diving? Not a bit of it, as he now has an iconic British site on his doorstep. Read more...

  • The sight of artefacts that originally drew the divers to the gully.

Guns in the gully

We last heard from Ben Dunstan when he shared his diving experiences exploring Cornwall’s flooded mines. But when conditions allow he looks for shipwrecks, and with the 150-years-lost Boyne he struck lucky recently. Read more...

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