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FEATURES

Beyond the Yellow Train

This underworld dive isn’t everybody’s cup of tea – it’s in an abandoned mine in which the workers were long ‘kept in the dark’ about the risks of their labours, though the supervisors’ gas-masks and protective suits might have given them a clue! Read more...

Down the Tube

Leading cave-diver Martyn Farr gains exclusive access to one of the world’s most impressive cave-systems – the Atlantida Tunnel in Lanzarote. Read more...

Driving North

It’s not that big an island but it has a whole lot of diving going on. Following her experiences in south Tobago in October, Lisa Collins prepares to head north. Read more...

Forgotten Warbirds

A new book called The Airplane Graveyard has got us all excited in the DIVER office, so here are two extracts to give you a flavour of the very unusual diving in Kwajalein. Read more...

James Set Free

FREE DIVER James Set Free JAMES MONNINGTON, freediver, marine biologist, photographer and ex-scuba-diver, talks about his black-and-white view of ...
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Where Scallops Dwell

Dredging for shellfish is a scattershot method that ruins fragile eco-systems. Havens such as the protected area of Lyme Bay illustrate what we stand to lose, says WILL APPLEYARD. Read more...

The O2 Rebreather Miracle

MARTIN STRMISKA dives HMS Perseus in the Greek islands, and in a state of mild nitrogen narcosis relives the incredible events of some 77 years earlier Read more...