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MIA team finds WW2 bomber off PNG

27 May 2017
A B-25 bomber downed more than 70 years ago during World War Two has been located off the coast of Papua New Guinea by Project Recover, a team of US marine scientists, archaeologists and volunteers.
 

Crawfish back in Cornwall, Seasearch team reports

26 May 2017
Crawfish appear to be recolonising the rocky reefs of Cornwall after decades of decline - that was one of the findings of a recent Seasearch dive expedition organised by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.
 

Loch Carron wins protection from dredgers

24 May 2017
Responding to reports last month of damage to flameshell beds in Loch Carron in north-west Scotland caused by scallop-dredging, the Scottish Government has announced a new Marine Protected Area.
 

Red Sea liveaboard fire left divers stranded

23 May 2017
A Red Sea diving liveaboard had to be evacuated on Saturday, 13 May after what appeared to be a galley fire broke out.
 

One world and three new British freediving records

22 May 2017
A new women's freediving world record was set at the annual Vertical Blue international freediving competition at Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas earlier this month.
 

Unexpected ring recovery on GBR

20 May 2017
A Canadian diving instructor working in Australia has found a wedding-ring more than a month after it slipped off the finger of one of her dive-centre's guests, at the Norman Reef site on the Great Barrier Reef.
 
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    Visit Grenada, dive Persia

    26 May 2017
    Grenada was already hard to beat as a Caribbean island replete with diveable wrecks, but now there's another site to check out, and it's a recent sinking but a genuine antique.
     

    SwimCell 100% Waterproof Cases

    25 May 2017
    If you like to keep your phone and tablet with you at all times, including the dive-boat, you can take the drybag route or opt for a case that claims to maintain the instrument’s functionality – typing, browsing, making calls, taking underwater photos.
     

    REGULATOR Mares Loop 15X

    Appeared in DIVER May 2017
    Sometimes a good idea falls by the wayside because it's ahead of its time. The ambidextrous regulator is now back, and NIGELWADE reckons it could be set for its day in the sun
     

    Burma Maru

    Appeared in DIVER May 2017
    TIM LAWRENCE and friends were looking for deep wrecks off Thailand, but the tempting tip-off obtained through diligent research and whisky would eventually lead them south to Cambodia. Photographs by Mikko Paasi
     

    Sport Rebreathers - Past, Present and Future Pt 2

    Appeared in DIVER May 2017
    Last month SIMON PRIDMORE looked at the history of sport rebreathers and explained why they failed to catch on in mainstream diving in the 1990s. In the second decade of the 21st century, a series of developments took place that would push rebreathers back into the mainstream limelight
     

    I got the blues!

    Appeared in DIVER February 2017
    You don't have to travel far to go shark-diving in the UK - just 20 miles off Cornwall, in fact, with some fishing on the side. RICK AYRTON gets a taste
     

    BE THE CHAMP! - Cleaners

    Appeared in DIVER May 2017
    It's clean-up time - continuing his long-running series on finding ways to take prize-winning photos, this month ALEX MUSTARD considers an approach based on observation and patience.
    'Getting close and personal with a cleaner usually means distancing ourselves from the noise of group diving'
     

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