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Giant manta ray

Manta Rays & Whale Sharks in Hanifaru Bay, Maldives

At any time there could be over a hundred mantas and several whale sharks feeding off the Hanifaru Bay coral reef – the world's largest feeding station.

Win Red Sea Dive Guide and Log Book

SCUBA News are giving away two copies of the Hurghada Dive Guide and Log Book. To enter the competition e-mail name of the author...
Clownfish

How to Volunteer and Preserve the Great Barrier Reef

Make a difference to the Great Barrier Reef by volunteering.
palau siren liveaboard

3 Pay, 1 Goes Free on Scuba Liveaboards

Book 3 spaces on a liveaboard trip and get +1 space FREE of charge. Book now until 30th November 2019 and travel in 2020. Applies...

Isle of Man Finally gets a Marine Nature Reserve

Ramsey Bay has been designated as the Isle of Man's first Marine Nature Reserve. The area will be protected from damaging activities, fisheries will be...
Flash liveaboard sale

50% Off the Siren Liveaboard Fleet – Only 50 Places left

Huge Flash Sale starts on June 14th at 11am GMT! The first 100 spaces for all valid departures in 2018 that are paid in full...

New book sheds light on more than 300 undiscovered wrecks

Nigel Pickford, bestselling author of Atlas of Shipwreck and Treasure, has just had his new book published by Chatham Publishing.Lost Treasure Ships of the...
USS Kittiwake

7 Great Wreck Dives for Less Experienced Divers

Wreck diving offers the chance to experience history first hand and explore diverse marine life in small areas, as wrecks are often colonised by...

Dominica’s Dive Fest celebrates 15 years

Dominica’s Dive Fest, the Caribbean’s longest running scuba diving festival, encourages visitors to discover the beautiful landscapes and colourful marine life within the island’s...
Coral reef

Malaysia to extend marine protected areas around Sabah

In the coral triangle, Sabah is home to some of the best diving in the world. The famous diving areas of Sipadan and Mabul islands are off the coast of eastern Sabah, with Layang Layang in the west. The MPAs will further increase the marine diversity in the area.