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Deep historic war wrecks located in Philippines

14 December 2017
The wrecks of five Japanese and two US warships have been found and filmed in deep water off the Philippines.
 

Australians claim human-chain dive record

12 December 2017
Up to 360 divers braved stormy weather at Rye Pier near Melbourne, Australia at the start of the month - in a bid to set a new Guinness World Record for longest underwater chain of scuba divers.
 

Instructor unbeaten on buoyancy control

11 December 2017
The MasterTrim 2017 scuba buoyancy-control competition has been won by Italian-based diving instructor Stefano Paludetto.
 

First WW1 destroyer casualty commemorated

10 December 2017
The Maritime Archaeology Trust has marked the centenary of the loss of the first US destroyer in WW1 with a new publication and online resources.
 

Mike's raises more than £10k

8 December 2017
Mike's Dive Store in London has been raising money for UK marine-conservation activities through fund-raising charity Sea-Changers since 2015 - and its contributions have just passed the £10,000 mark.
 

'Pirate' divers suspected of looting WW1 liner

7 December 2017
Illegal salvors are being accused of ransacking the WW1 U-boat victim the Hesperian off Ireland's south coast in recent weeks.
 
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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:Do you usually take your snorkel along when you are scuba diving? Please answer yes or no, and feel free to elaborate.

    Mozambique Xmas special!

    7 December 2017
    Stay at the Diamonds Mequfi resort in northern Mozambique over Christmas and get up to 25% off your accommodation.
     

    Pandora Tool

    14 December 2017
    This device is offered for divers with enough knowledge to carry out basic maintenance on their regulators in the field.
     

    PHONE HOUSING Weefine Smart Housing

    Appeared in DIVER December 2017
    TEN YEARS AGO, the compact-camera marketplace was booming. New models were being announced pretty much every week, and sooner or later an underwater housing became available for nearly all of them.
     

    St Stephen Revisited

    Appeared in DIVER November 2017
    The Austrian-Hungarian dreadnought was taken by surprise by the brave crews of two Italian torpedo-boats, and the Szent Istvan became the only WW1 warship the sinking of which was captured on film.
    VIC VERLINDEN joins a technical-diving team to recover artefacts from the massive, deep-lying Adriatic wreck
     

    The threat of complacency

    Appeared in DIVER December 2017
    The more experienced you are as a diver, the less likely things are to go wrong, right? No, wrong! says SIMON PRIDMORE
     

    NUDI GB

    Appeared in DIVER September 2017
    When you get your eye in you realise that colourful sea-slugs are not confined to the tropics - south-eastern Scotland, for example, can also be a happy hunting-ground for macro enthusiasts. RICHARD ASPINALL drops into the Scottish Nudibranch Festival
     

    THE ICE MONSTER and other big winners

    Appeared in DIVER December 2017
    WE BROUGHT YOU FOUR of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 diving-related finalist images in last month's issue, and now the winners in the various categories have been revealed.
     

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