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Where The Whale Sharks Are

When Stella Diamant arrived in Madagascar a few years ago, little was known about the island’s whale-shark aggregations. Her recently published study, which shows that the country is a feeding hotspot for juveniles, could put it on the map. Read more...

All Creatures Great and Small

CATH BATES heads for Malapascua for a series of early starts to see the famous thresher sharks, and finds that technical diving gives the world-famous location a whole new dimension (and it already had quite a few!) Read more...

Diving on the Shoulders of Giants

A manta ray called Mathilde was just one big reason why SIMON MORLEY will never forget his recent trip to Socorro, San Benedicto and Roca Partida – the main Revillagigedo islands Read more...

Blacktips of Aliwal

When you spend a month in their company you can get to know a blacktip shark community pretty well, as EDOARDO SPACCA found in South African waters Read more...

Beyond the Comfort Zone

For 27-year-old Lukas Mueller, freediving with the ocean’s apex predator is a day-to-day reality. MELISSA HOBSON met him to hear his story – photos other than the portrait by the man himself Read more...

Hurricane Shark Quest

DAN BURTON is a seasoned diver and acclaimed underwater photographer, yet three of the most iconic shark species had always eluded him. It took one day in the Red Sea to fix that Read more...

Jersey Shore

In the USA it’s the entire coast of New Jersey state, but for divers in the Channel Islands it’s an opportunity for some Bonaire-style freewheeling from site to site. WILL APPLEYARD boards the ferry once again… Read more...

Josephine Willis

Let’s be honest, finding a mid-19th century wreck complete with a trove of artefacts is most divers’ dream. For STEFAN PANIS it was reality Read more...

Nantaise Days

Prolific Turkish wreck-hunter SELCUK KOLAY tells how he identified his latest discovery in the Aegean Sea – a steamship built in Britain Read more...

The U-Boat Coast

The WW1 U-boats at Pendennis have been dived for many years, by many people. The site is probably the second most popular shore-dive in Cornwall. Read more...

Seasons In The Sea

In 1927 the Christiaan Huygens became the largest passenger ship ever built in the Netherlands. Furnished by famed designer Read more...

Smaller Side of the Maldives

MAX EATON finds himself on an eco-resort island notably lacking in the pelagic promise for which the Maldives is famed – and is surprised to find how much he Read more...