FREE July DIVER out now!

Diver Magazine July 2021 Cover
Diver Magazine July 2021 Cover

DIVING NEWS

TO ENSURE prompt delivery of DIVER Magazine during the continuing period of coronavirus disruption a special FREE digital version of the JULY issue has been produced to replace the normal paper copy.

This means that:

  • Readers in the UK and around the world are able to access the magazine both in page-turning format and as a downloadable PDF immediately from publication date onwards.
  • Increased time spent at home can be conveniently enjoyed with Britain’s top diving magazine – which this month features 95 liveaboards & the sites their guests insist on diving, Diving Thailand's rock-star site, Full test of Garmin Descent Mk2, Model island in the Philippines, Mind-blowing fish-hunt in the deep south, How good prep smashes the cold, WW1 sub victims in the Dardenelles, Rick Stanton's new book – plus latest diving news, new dive gear, Louise Trewavas and much more.
  • DIVER Magazine subscribers are able to access the July issue as a FREE addition to their package with no reduction to their overall paper-copy entitlement.

It avoids:

  • Unnecessary trips to the High Street to buy copies of the magazine
  • Problems with limited retail availability, in particular for outlets located overseas

Also still available – FREE June issue of DIVER, featuring:

  • Very best of the Azores sea-mounts
  • Amazing story of survival in icy seas
  • Pure sensory overload in Galapagos
  • Exploring Scotland's surprising Cumbrae Isles
  • Cornish Treasure!
  • Best freedive in the World?

PLUS:  DIVER Tests … Louise T dives into Scandi Noir … ‘Stranded at the airport with a worthless Covid test result' … New dive gear … Looking for the love in Egypt … The deepest wreck ever dived.

Get FREE June DIVER in page-turning format here or as a PDF here

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