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Book: 50 Best Dives in Hawaii

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 24th July 2020

The Hawaiian Islands conjure up exotic visions of white sand beaches, blue waters, great scenery and a friendly and welcoming culture. As the 50th state in the USA, it is unique. And the waters below these islands are also special, with more endemic life than perhaps any dive destination …

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New Shearwater Peregrine Dive Computer

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 24th July 2020

Shearwater have announced their newest dive computer, the PEREGRINE, a simple and accessible, full colour, multi-gas dive computer that will be easy to use for divers of all experience levels. The Peregrine has four diving modes – Air, Nitrox, 3 Gas Nitrox and Gauge. With simplified recreational dive modes, full …

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Attention Washington divers – your help is needed!

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 21st July 2020

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is conducting a study of licensed anglers to learn more about fishing, shellfishing, and diving participation and preferences so that they can better manage specific fisheries and opportunities. Your answers are very important to the Department, and the survey will only take approximately …

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Summer 2020

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 19th July 2020

Digital issue – Summer 2020 available to read now. Subscribe for direct delivery of our glorious print magazine! Features this issue: EXCLUSIVE: Pat 2 – Jill Heinerth discusses decompression illness and denial, part two focuses on demyst the dive computer EXCLUSIVE: The colourful history of the Solomon Islands, by …

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Mental Health and Diving

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 10th July 2020

Words by Lorie Laroche and Dr. Neal W Pollock Health is a state of overall physical, mental, and social wellness. Good mental health involves the ability to live to one’s full potential, to face normal life stressors, to work productively, and to be able to contribute to the community. …

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5 deep sea explorers that struck it rich

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 2nd July 2020

By Alex Lemaire Underwater exploration is one of the most amazing activities on the planet. You can discover a whole new world that only a few people get to see and experience. Some of the explorers took their passion to the next level. They spent their life looking for …

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Pacific Herring

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 23rd June 2020

Words and Photo By Maxwel Hohn One of the most abundant fishes in BC’s coastal waters, Pacific herring are a keystone species for the marine food web and support a diversity of marine predators. Each spring (peaking in March), millions of Pacific herring migrate from the offshore waters to more …

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Cayman and the Virus

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 22nd June 2020

By Drew McArthur In West Bay Grand Cayman, local divemaster Ragime Powery is aboard Divetech vessel Atamyway. His job is to turn the engine over to prevent it from seizing and generally make sure everything still works. The captain who used to take out dive charters twice a day, …

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Cayman Islands honours World Oceans Month

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 8th June 2020

Caymanian Ocean Champions Launch Essential Experiences and Observe Marine Sustainability to Preserve Future Memories in the Cayman Islands for Years to Come As a leading Caribbean destination, the Cayman Islands knows a thing or two about maintaining the beauty and diversity of the ocean environment across all three of …

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The Videographer’s Checklist

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 28th May 2020

By Jill Heinerth Buying a camera for shooting underwater video can be daunting. If you are looking for anything beyond an action-cam or GoPro, there are a lot of pieces and parts that make up a complete system. Navigating product websites can be difficult and coming up with an …

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