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New wreck dive off Comino, Malta

There is a new dive waiting off the coast of Comino: former Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) Patrol Boat P31. The wreck is 52...

Egypt Stops Reef Fish Exports

Egypt have cancelled a decree which allowed companies to collect reef fish and export them to Europe and other markets . According to the...
Trevaille

Thailand overland visa stay shortened, but more repeat visits allowed

Divers visiting Thailand can now re-enter the county as often as they like. The Thai government has relaxed the rules which limited tourists to...
Save on Aggressor liveaboard

Save up to $1500 on Liveaboard Diving Trips from March to May

Founded in 1984, the Aggressor Fleet has become one of the household names in liveaboard diving. And you can save up to $1500 on their selected itineraries from now until May. Don't miss out!
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LiveAboard.com Is Hiring

Are you a scuba diver with a passion for partnership marketing or content management? You could be just the person LiveAboard.com are looking for. They...
Italy

Your ultimate guide to scuba diving in Italy

Known for its mouthwatering food, ancient history and rolling landscapes of olive groves and vineyards, Italy attracts tourists from all corners of...

SCUBA Travel release last quarter’s bestselling books list

The SCUBA Travel best selling diving books in the third quarter of 2009. Yet again the Dive Atlas of the World keeps its top...
Grey shark

More fish in Indonesia shark sanctuary but fishermen turning to crime

Good news for Indonesia's shark sanctuary: sharks and other fish are more abundant within zones with fishing restrictions according to a new study. Bad...
Fiji coral reef

Best Diving in September

September can be a tricky time to dive, as many destinations are transitioning between seasons. However, there are some magical liveaboard destinations to visit...
Barracuda

47% More Diver Permits for Sipadan Island

Number of divers a day at Sipadan to increase from 120 to 176, but the total number of dives in a year to stay the same. Protecting the dive sites but allowing more people to visit.