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British WW2 sub found off Sardinia

26 May 2016
The long-lost wreck of HMS P311, one of the first British WW2 submarines to carry Chariot human torpedoes, is reported to have been found by Italian divers off Sardinia.

British wreck contents raised on Costa del Sol

25 May 2016
Spanish Civil Guard police- and archaeologist-divers have recovered valuable items from the protected wreck of the 19th-century English brig La Isabella off the coast of Malaga.

Diver convicted of illicit wreck salvage

24 May 2016
A diver has been sentenced to 150 hours of community service after being found guilty of unlawfully removing £50,000-worth of tin ingots from a Cornish shipwreck.

Illicit Jutland wreck salvage - alleged culprit named

23 May 2016
As the 100th anniversary of the WW1 Battle of Jutland looms, an investigative news website called The PipeLine has revealed details of alleged systematic looting of the wreck of battlecruiser HMS Queen Mary by a named Dutch-based salvage company.

Scuba-diving model dies on shallow shoot

22 May 2016
A model has drowned during an underwater mermaid-themed photo-session in Taiwan. The death occurred at a popular tourist site near Hengchun Township on the country's southern coast, while she was diving at a depth believed to be between 4 and 6m.

Skiles 'took own life through mistakes' - compensation claim fails

21 May 2016
A jury has rejected the $25 million compensation claim of the widow of US diver Wes Skiles against the Florida-based manufacturer of the rebreather he was using when he drowned in 2010.
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    Don't forget to cast your vote in DIVER Magazine's latest Big Question. This month we are asking: Should divers over 60 be required to obtain independent medical certification? Answer yes or no and feel free to comment.


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    £250 savings on June Maldives itineraries

    11 May 2016
    Savings of up to £250 per person are being offered by Emperor Divers on a range of Maldives liveaboard itineraries next month.

    Waterproof H1 5/10 HV Hood

    26 May 2016
    The latest product from Swedish exposure-protection expert Waterproof is its H1 High Visibility hood, which has an orange-coloured surface with reflective patches to help you to be seen in choppy sea conditions.

    Comms device aquaSketch Minno Scrolling Slate

    Appeared in DIVER May 2016
    COMMUNICATION UNDER WATER can be limited, to say the least. To get their messages across to each other, some divers deviate from the limited array of standard signals and end up gesticulating wildly, using signs that probably translate into some extraterrestrial language.
    Misunderstandings are inevitable, and in some extreme cases could compromise safety.
    What's needed is a foolproof method of communication, one that leaves the recipient in no doubt about the intended meaning.
    Most divers understand the written word (assuming that they speak the same language), and words can be applied to lo-tec plastic slates with a standard pencil.
    This works OK, but slates offer limited space, so for someone like me with a lot to say, it's the equivalent of a gag.
    My regular buddies are likely to be holding their heads in their hands right now, because I've been sent a scrolling slate with 5ft of waterproof media on which to write – plus a pencil. It's the aquaSketch Minno, and I’ve been scribbling away to my heart's content.


    Appeared in DIVER April2016
    The Sinking of the Aud & the Easter Rising
    The Aud was sunk off Cork 100 years ago this April, but it wasn't really the Aud. The tramp steamer's cargo was intended to provide firepower for the Irish Republicans' Easter Rising - JOHN LIDDIARD has dived the wreck and has the story


    Appeared in DIVER May 2016
    It's not necessarily a technical dive, just venturing beyond your standard level into the world of deco-stops and the pressing need to engage brain, says SIMON PRIDMORE

    Babbacombe Seal

    Appeared in DIVER May 2016
    Divers live for those moments that denote an unforced marine-life encounter and they can happen anywhere, anytime, as KAREN WILLIAMS found on a dive in Devon

    BEGINNERS PRIZE for Parker

    Appeared in DIVER May 2016
    THE BRITISH SOCIETY OF UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHERS (BSoUP) holds its Beginners Portfolio competition towards the end of each year.


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