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Two jailed for ransacking protected wreck

23 June 2018
Two men who stripped an estimated £150,000-worth of metal from UK shipwrecks, including the protected WW1 war grave HMS Hermes in the Channel, have been jailed for fraud.
 

Diver opens manta 'black box'

22 June 2018
Where do manta rays come from? That's a question that has long mystified scientists, because manta pups are so rarely seen.
 

Orca sightings in West Country

21 June 2018
Rare sightings of orca reported off England's south-west coast have received a conditional nod from cetacean experts.
 

Sea-Changers focuses on plastics

20 June 2018
Tackling plastic pollution of the seas provides the main focus in the latest cash dispersal from Sea-Changers.
 

HMS Invincible: swivel guns and rubbish

19 June 2018
Archaeologists into their second summer of excavation on the wreck of HMS Invincible say they have been surprised by the levels of pollution in Solent waters, with a large amount of litter lodged in the 18th-century warship making their task even more challenging.
 

British diver blows away bubble-ring record

18 June 2018
The Guinness World Record for Most Air-Rings Blown Under Water has been broken by British scuba diver Paul Henson of the Mercia SAA 27 dive-club in Nottingham.
 
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    The Big Question
    Don't forget to cast your vote in DIVER Magazine's latest Big Question.
    This month we are asking: Are personal underwater drones set to take the fun out of diving? Please answer yes or no - and feel free to tell us more!

    'Maldives liveaboard choice abounds'

    5 June 2018
    Special offers and group discounts from Regaldive make this an ideal time for divers to book a Maldives liveaboard holiday. So says the tour operator, which points out that the destination is now serviced by more liveaboards and a wider choice of airlines.
     

    Scubapro TK15 Knife

    Appeared in DIVER June 2018
    The TK15 is the first model in Scubapro's new line of 'tactical' dive knives.
     

    COMPUTER - CRESSI GOA

    Appeared in DIVER June 2018
    CRESSI IS ONE OF THE OLDEST diving-equipment companies. Italian brothers Edigio and Nanni Cressi began making freediving and spearfishing kit in the late 1930s. After WW2 they founded Cressi-sub and started producing recreational scuba gear as well as military kit, such as oxygen rebreathers.
     

    Art treasures from a shipwreck

    Appeared in DIVER May 2018
    In 1927 the Christiaan Huygens became the largest passenger ship ever built in the Netherlands. Furnished by famed designer Lion Cachet, she was finished in expensive materials such as marble and mahogany but, badly damaged by a mine at the end of WW2, she became a total loss. VIC VERLINDEN and STEFAN PANIS tell the story in this compelling chapter from their new book Diving For Treasure...
     

    OUT OF AIR - with plenty left to breathe

    Appeared in DIVER June 2018
    You're heading happily down to 30m to see the pygmy seahorse, and suddenly find that you're OOA. What do you do? SIMON PRIDMORE shares a case history in which technical training and regular practice prove their worth
     

    Seasons in the SEA

    Appeared in DIVER April 2018
    In this extract from his new book Exploring Britain's Hidden World, eminent marine biologist and diver Dr Keith Hiscock considers the dramatic changes that can occur on seabeds around the calendar year
     

    BE THE CHAMP! - sea lions

    Appeared in DIVER June 2018
    Young sea-lions make for potentially prize-winning subjects, says ALEX MUSTARD but the energy, speed and manoeuvrability that makes them so appealing can also pose problems for photographers
     

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