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11 Frequently asked questions about scuba diving: answered

We're often asked questions by aspiring scuba divers, this guide answers just about all of them from how deep can I go to what equipment do I need. The scuba FAQ.

Ocean around Bermuda warmer and more acidic than ever, 40 years of observation show

The ocean has warmed by about 1 degree C, increased in salinity and decreased in oxygen. Furthermore, acidity has increased by over 30%.

BSAC Release Diving Incident Report

BSAC, the British Sub-Aqua Club, have released their report on last year's diving incidents in the UK and abroad.
The Sports Diving Medical: The definitive guide to medical conditions relevant to diving

The Sports Diving Medical

Answers frequently asked questions such as; What level of fitness is required to be a safe diver? Can I dive with contact lenses? Can I dive while taking Hayfever tablets? Can I dive while taking antibiotics? What is the best crown for my dentist to fit?
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New Scuba set increases bottom time, is lighter and neutrally buoyant

The Avelo scuba set is significantly lighter than standard scuba systems, yet gives more bottom time! This new cylinder offers immediately perfect...
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Ocean Film Festival anniversary tour dives into the UK this autumn

Plunge into a night of ocean adventure! The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is bringing a new  collection of captivating ocean-themed films...

Stunning Underwater Photography Collection

Underwater photography captures unique marine life and breathtaking environments, offering a mesmerising perspective that unveils the underwater world's hidden beauty, especially...

Underwater Military Museum created in Hurghada

HEPCA, the Hurghada  Environment Protection & Conservation Association, has launched the first underwater museum in Hurghada with the support of the Egyptian...

Divers asked to report polluting wrecks

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is asking UK divers to help identify pollution seeping from historic wrecks, BSAC announced today.
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Harnessing the sun to make Red Sea liveaboards more sustainable

Liveaboards are one of the best ways for divers to experience the Red Sea. Their diesel generators though contribute to climate change and air pollution. That's why one liveaboard operator is to use solar panels.