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Aqua Lung want to check your ADC Yoke Regulator

Aqua Lung wants to check a series of regulators with the ACD yoke systems. The regulator models in question are: The Aqua LungTitan LX...
Jewel Anemones

Jewels of the Sea – the Vibrant Anemones

A myriad of colour patches cover the rock when jewel anemones make it their home. The reason for the large patches of jewel anemones is...
World Scuba Diving Map

SCUBA News announces winners of World Dive Map contest

SCUBA News are pleased to announce the winners of our contest to win a map of the best dive sites in the world. Divers...
Suunto Recall

Suunto recalls wireless tank pressure transmitter and tank pod

Suunto, the Finnish dive computer manufacturers, are recalling all their wireless tank pressure transmitters and and tank PODS. These instruments, which transmit tank air...
Several different vibrantly colored animals can bee seen in this image, taken at approximately 2240 meters (7350 ft), including an Anthomastus mushroom coral (center), precious pink coral (right), bamboo coral (left), and feather stars (Crinoids).

Weird and wonderful animals discovered in the deep sea

Okeanos Explorer completes latest expedition with fabulous photos and videos of extraordinary deep sea creatures.
Illustrated Map of the Best Dive Sites in the World

Win an awesome map of the best diving in the World

This superb hand-illustrated map showing the top 500 dive sites in the world can be yours if you enter the SCUBA News free prize draw.
Raja Ampat liveaboard

12% or more off all Scuba Liveaboards

Diviac, the on-line liveaboard booking agency, are celebrating their 4th anniversary with an extra 12% off ALL new bookings. This offer even includes boats...
PADI Sold to Mandarinfish Holdings

PADI sold for $700 million to consortium of wealthy families

Providence Equity Partners have agreed to sell PADI (Professional Association of diving Instructors) to a group of wealthy families for more than $700 million
Best Overall Underwater Photography Contest Rosenstiel School Beth Watson Mangroves and Orbicular Batfish (Platax orbicularis)

Entries now open for Global Underwater Photograph Contest

Each spring, the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science hosts an underwater photograph contest open to amateur photographers around the world.
Bleached coral on Great Barrier Reef, Australia by Brett Monroe Garner

Great Barrier Reef suffers extreme coral bleaching for the second year in a row

What we’re seeing is unprecedented - the reef is fighting for its life.