World Dives

HMS Northcoates Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 77: HMS Northcoates

This armed trawler is a big attraction for divers off Sussex, and rightly so, says JOHN LIDDIARD. MAX ELLIS drew the picture THE WORLD WAR

The Shadwan Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 76: The Shadwan

This shallow steamer wreck sank in Berwick Bay in Victorian times but still holds mysteries for divers to solve, as JOHN LIDDIARD explains. Illustration by

Sea turtles on the brink

The relatively small numbers of turtles remaining in the world is shocking, says JOHN CHRISTOPHER FINE, but then, they face so many challenges. How can

The Glocliffe Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 75: The Glocliffe

A classic merchant steamer sunk in the Channel during World War One, the Glocliffe offers an intact experience for divers willing to do a little

Thomas Vaughan Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 74: Thomas Vaughan

There’s plenty to explore on this British steamer off Pembrokeshire, and it’s accessible in most weathers, says JOHN LIDDIARD. Illustration by MAX ELLIS SOMEWHAT UNUSUALLY

The Verona Wreck Tour

Wreck Tour 71: The Verona

A fast luxury yacht with guns – the Verona is an intriguing prospect, says JOHN LIDDIARD. Mined in 1917, it lies in 39m out from

the virginian wreck tour

Wreck Tour 69: The Virginian

This steam-trawler survived two world wars only to be mown down by a much bigger Empire ship in 1946. Yorkshire fishing’s loss was divers’ gain,

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