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Best selling scuba books 2016

SCUBA Travel are pleased to release the list of the best selling SCUBA books and DVDs for 2016. Here are the top ten: figures in...
Deep South Maldives

Most Maldives liveaboards visit the Central Atolls of the Maldives. What if we want to be different and explore the diving deeper in the...
Diving Destinations

SCUBA Travel have teamed up with Divebooker.com to offer you $75 off diving. You can use the voucher for further training, equipment hire, guided dives or towards a liveaboard almost anywhere in the world, anytime in the next 12 months. No minimum spend.
Diver taking part in Malta underwater survey

Oceana has concluded its at-sea research in Malta to explore deep-sea areas, underwater caves and sandbanks. The project, co-financed by the EU, is the most...
Coral Reef

Malaysia has created the Tun Mustapha Marine Park - its largest yet. In the coral triangle, the new park will help protect almost 1...
Green Turtle

Scuba diving companies can advertise for less than $6 a month when booked in February on the SCUBA Travel site. SCUBA Travel have 40000 visitors...
Derelict vessels identified for removal in the Charleston Harbor watershed. The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium’s received funding to remove derelict vessels to help improving both the safety of navigable waterways and the health of essential fish habitat. (Credit: With permission from the South Carolina Dept of Natural Resources, Peter Kingsley Smith).

NOAA, the US's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has awarded nearly $1.4 million to groups across the United States to remove marine debris from...
The Autonomous Surface Vehicle is being launched.

Two robotic vehicles will work together over the next three weeks to investigate why the Celtic deep area of the Celtic sea is particularly attractive to marine predators like dolphins and whales.
Lifeboat

The British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) is calling for a re-think of St Abbs Lifeboat Station closure plans. Over the last few weeks BSAC has...
Scuba diving mask recall

Technosport are recalling about 2600 scuba diving masks as the glass in them can shatter during normal use. The faulty masks are all Omersub...