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Questions Cave and Tech Divers Get Asked

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 6th February 2023

Editor’s note: Among other Zen practices, Steve is an ardent disciple of the metric system. For those of you who aren’t, try an online surface gas consumption calculator such as www.divebuddy.com/calculator/sac.aspx Q: Sandra, Open Water Diver In your book Six Skills, what made you mention the importance of breathing? How is that a special …

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Two Heads Are Better Than One

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 30th January 2023

By Michel Gilbert & Danielle Alary One of the first lessons we learn in photography is to put emphasis on a single subject. However, sometimes having a secondary point of interest adds value to an image. We all go through a learning curve. First, we snap pictures of a …

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Exploring the Unknown

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 27th January 2023

Diving virgin shipwrecks of the treacherous St. Lawrence Estuary, where conditions change without notice…what could possibly go wrong? Words by Kevin Brown and Sébastien Pelletier Each year, two technical diving clubs – Les plongeurs d’épaves techniques du Québec (PETQ) and Plongeurs techniques de l’Outaouais (PTO) – get together to …

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Interstellar Connection

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 25th January 2023

No fanfare. No quest for glory. Just the unshakable conviction that a fetid pond would open onto the heavens Words and Photography by Cristina Zenato The foul smell from the little pond reaches my nose as I settle the tanks on the water’s shallow rocky edge. It is created …

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SCTLD: The other pandemic

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 23rd January 2023

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease is spreading rapidly, decimating Atlantic and Caribbean coral colonies within weeks of infection – and scientists still don’t know what’s causing it Words and Photography by Nicole Webster While humans are battling a relentless pandemic, the corals of the Atlantic and Caribbean are suffering …

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DIVER Interview: Tiare Boyes

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 19th January 2023

How long have you been diving? I did my open water on Vancouver Island with my dad during a freezing cold week in January. That was 19 years ago. I was 12 years old and remember being electrical taped into my wrist and neck seals because they didn’t have …

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Whale Heritage Sites of the World

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 17th January 2023

By Jean-Michel Cousteau and Holly S. Lohuis In 1982 we thought we had ‘Saved the Whale’ when in Brighton UK, 42 world governments converged for an historic vote to cease the killing of whales. By then many of the large baleen whale and sperm whale (great whales) populations were …

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New Red Sea Aggressor IV Yacht Explores Southern Egypt

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 15th January 2023

On March 4, 2023, the new Red Sea Aggressor IV dive yacht will cast off from Port Ghalib, Egypt for the liveaboard’s seven-day maiden voyage exploring the magnificent dive sites of St. John’s Reef, Marsa Shoana, Sataya Reef and Daedalus Reef. Up to 26 guests will cruise the southern Red …

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Winter 2022

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 21st December 2022

Digital edition now available on Magzter. Features this issue: Jill Heinerth reports from the Great Island Expedition Freedive training for the biggest dive movie ever! 5 destinations with great topside appeal Controlling your emotions while diving Wreck diving with children DIVER interview with Anne Hasson Columns this issue: Shark …

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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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