TO ENSURE prompt delivery of DIVER Magazine during the current period of coronavirus disruption a special FREE digital version of the JULY issue has been produced to replace the normal paper copy – with no reduction to subscribers' overall paper-copy entitlement.
This means that:
- Readers 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 UK diving ideas, a deep-lying Red Sea wreck, hip-shooting, shark behaviour, drift-diving skills, vintage u/w films and diving a 3000-year-old mine – plus latest diving news, gear tests, photo skills 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
- 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:
- Sunken Nazi war relics
- Buoyancy-control essentials
- Unique leopard-shark aggregations
- The Baltic's amazing Mars wreck in 3D
- Touring the Seychelles
- WW2 Japanese wreck revealed!
- PLUS: Diver Tests … Dusty Miller's secret war … Divers learn to live with coronavirus … Alex Mustard in the mangroves … New dive gear … Why Jo Caird is narked about drysuits for smaller women … Louise T on divers making themselves useful.
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