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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...

Two-island Hop

BETH & SHAUN TIERNEY specialise in liveaboard diving in the Coral Triangle, so how would a Caribbean jaunt match up to their expectations? Read more...

1918

It’s the final year of World War One, but the destruction of shipping continues through to November. Read more...

Wildlife Wonder

The first of the 100 shortlisted images for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018 were revealed at the start of September. Read more...

Manatee Enchantment

It’s strictly snorkelling and for good reasons, but it’s an interactive experience like no other – LISA COLLINS reports from Florida’s Crystal River Read more...

Diving and Epilepsy

For anyone at increased risk of suffering seizures, venturing under water might seem foolhardy, but there are certain circumstances under which diving may be possible. Read more...

Friday the 13th

The name Barbados evokes images of lush sandy beaches, palm trees and rum shops and some 35 dive-sites are listed there. But why? Read more...

VIAJE the Spanish Road Trip

Three weeks touring southern Spain in a mobile home, with a set of varied dives in prospect – let’s go, says WILL APPLEYARD, or should that be vamonos!? Read more...

Wild Alaska

MICHAEL SALVAREZZA & CHRISTOPHER P WEAVER head for the northernmost US state to experience the outrageously good diving in Prince William Sound. Read more...

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...