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Fiji Siren Liveaboard Sinks

Fiji Siren sinks into 240 m of water after being holed in Bligh Water. All divers and crew safely abandoned ship.
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From now until 24 November scuba divers can save up to $1900 per person on the Aggressor liveaboard fleet around the world
Dolphin by Tim Nicholson

Whales and dolphins have rich human-like cultures and societies

Whales and dolphins (Cetaceans) live in tightly-knit social groups, have complex relationships, talk to each other and even have regional dialects – much like...
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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...
Microplastics in the Azores by Peter Charaf

Washing our Hands of Microbeads

There are nearly 3 trillion microbeads flushed down the drain every single year, polluting our lakes, rivers and oceans. Once these microbeads are in...
A Ordinskaya wintery environment

The Darkness Beckons – Cave Diving Book Review

The definitive cave diving book since its first issue in 1980, author Martynn Farr has brought The Darkness Beckons bang up-to-date. He covers the...
The Sea

New low-cost device recovers underwater sensor-system moorings

Oceanographic research projects often deploy underwater sensor systems in the sea. These are retrieved from deep water by remotely releasing them from their moorings....
Whale shark by Tim Nicholson

Shark Diving Tourists spend $25m in Australia

Shark diving tourism is a growing industry estimated to be worth more than $25.5 million annually in Australia. A new report has documented the value...
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...
Unmanned Ocean Vehicles

Sailing drones are collecting data from the Arctic to the tropics

Over the next four months, NOAA scientists will launch unmanned ocean vehicles, called Saildrones, from the Arctic to the tropical Pacific Ocean to help...