SCUBA Travel, the guide to diving around the world, is celebrating the 100th issue of its newsletter SCUBA News (ISSN 1476-8011) with a free prize draw. Any subscriber to SCUBA News can participate, and subscription is free at The free stuff on offer includes SCUBA Travel merchandise like pens, fridge magnets and caps, plus diving books.

Elsewhere in the 100th issue is a newly updated list of the top 100 dive sites of the world, as voted for at the SCUBA Travel web site. Top of this list is the wreck of the Yongala in Australia, closely followed by Blue Corner Wall in Micronesia and the Thistlegorm in the Red Sea.

The publishers of SCUBA News would like to thank all their subscribers, especially the many who have sent contributions, questions and comments since the newsletter was launched eight years ago.

The Editor of the newsletter, Jill Studholme, says “I am very pleased to be editing SCUBA News as it reaches its 100th issue. Eight years is a considerable time for an independent e-mail publication and much of the success of SCUBA News is owed to the enthusiasm of our readers. They send us both criticism and praise, both of which help us progressively improve the newsletter.”

Over the years SCUBA News has changed from being a purely text-based newsletter, to offering the choice of an HTML issue with colour and photographs. The main focus is still on content though, with not just the diving news from around the world but articles on diving areas, marine life, ocean facts and everything you need to know before visiting a new diving destination.

To read the 100th issue of SCUBA News visit

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