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The Magic of Artificial Reefs

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 27th November 2022

By Howard Robins and Richard Wall For end-of-life ships, a new life starts at the bottom of the ocean. Artificial reefs take marine vessels and convert them to living incubators for a plethora of marine life, from plants, to sponges to fish.  For a group of marine environmentalists, underwater visits to …

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Lusitania: The Underwater Collection

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 20th November 2022

Words by Vic Verlinden Despite bad weather, entanglement hazards, and a deteriorating subject (not to mention a pandemic), a dedicated team continues to document this historically important wreck off the Irish coast. A new book of photos gives a fresh, never-before seen picture of the wreck.  When I contacted …

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Trident trains veteran divers

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 10th November 2022

Many of our fellow dive buddies around the world are or were part of their country’s military. So, today, in honor of Veteran’s Day (U.S.) and Remembrance Day (Canada), DIVER would like to graciously thank all the military men and women around the world for their honor, commitment, and …

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Join the Sunday Staff Debrief!

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 4th October 2022

Staff at the Utila Dive Centre have a way of entertaining you this Sunday – even if you aren’t in their area. The weekly video “Sunday Staff Debrief” is an informal 20 minute chat between Utila staff and special guests. Nicole Webster hosts the chat, with Utila Dive Centre’s …

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Discovering The Art of Zen In Cyprus

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 4th October 2022

The gargantuan wreck of cargo ship Zenobia is regarded as one of the world’s best dives, but it doesn’t come without its hazards Words and Photography by Tobias Friedrich The Zenobia is considered one of the best wrecks in the world. And rightly so. You could make a hundred dives …

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Live from the ocean – it’s Saturday night!

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 4th October 2022

By Heather Creech You’ve all seen live video from webcams—bears scratching their backs in the forest, raccoons tearing through trash cans, cougars on the prowl. Webcams are on-location video cameras that upload to the internet a continuous stream of whatever wanders in front of the lens. Surfers have used …

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Teenage Lessons from Tiger Beach

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 3rd October 2022

By Jonathan Willis Multiple 12-foot, 1,500 pound tiger sharks approach us out of the blue, puppy-like, sniffing around looking for treats. This describes the scene at a well-known dive site called Tiger Beach, near West End, Grand Bahama Island, where I spent several days attempting to learn all that …

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The (not so) Silent World

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 1st October 2022

Since fall 2018, NOAA and the US Navy have been working with a number of scientific partners to study sound within seven national marine sanctuaries Words by Rachel Plunkett Have you ever travelled to a new city and noticed how different it sounds from home? Perhaps instead of hearing …

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Divescapes Scuba Conference 2022 – October 28-29th

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 30th September 2022

Canada’s biggest and best diving conference and exhibition is set to return in just over a month! Divers from across the Great White North will gather at the River Cree Resort & Casino in Edmonton, Alberta, for two days of dive shenanigans over October 28th and 29th. We at …

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Ode to Beauty 

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 29th September 2022

Words and Photography by Brandon Cole As a newbie, I got really excited seeing lionfish. Bold attitude and striking markings made it one cool fish. I’d bang on my tank and wildly gesticulate to attract other divers. Some buddies shared my enthusiasm. Others gave me withering glares before turning to look …

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