Wrecks2018-07-26T14:35:16+01:00

Wrecks

  • A diver descends into the base of the Caesar turret barbette.

Scapa Flow 100

Scapa diver MIKE WARD looks at the epic story behind the event, the best way to dive the Flow, and talks to Rod Macdonald, author of what many regard as the location’s definitive dive-guide. 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...

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...

1918

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

Dive / Bomber

US dive-teams are working around the world to find the remains of armed forces personnel missing in action from past Read more...

Views of the Volos

Lefteris Reef in Greece has become the graveyard for many ships over millennia, but few can have as intriguing a backstory Read more...

179 – The Albanian

This slightly deeper steamer wreck, sunk off Anglesey in the 19th century, offers divers a wide variety of intriguing cargo Read more...

178 – The Sente

Heavy machinery from an ill-fated 1900 dredger that barely started its long journey from Scotland to Japan lies off Cork in Ireland Read more...