Appeared in DIVER December 2016The WW2 destroyer HMS Southwold makes for two serious dives in deep and sometimes troubled waters - TANO ROLE reckons it could be the best genuine tec wreck in the Maltese islands
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From FEBRUARY DIVER
Appeared in DIVER November 2016Thirty-one people died off Cornwall when a boat unfit to be at sea went missing, but in the aftermath of England's World Cup victory the headlines went missing too. Fifty years on, MARK MILBURN set out to find the wreck
Appeared in DIVER November 2016Titanic's bigger sister-ship Britannic sank off Greece in November 1916. Now, 100 years on, the iconic wreck has seen the arrival of a new breed of human interaction in terms of diving technology - resulting in what Leigh Bishop believes could be the greatest-ever wreck-dive!
Photography by Leigh, Rich Stevenson and Richie Kohler
Appeared in DIVER August 2016Continuing our annual review of the Great War centenary, 1916 is highlighted by the battle of Jutland. We also have a new wave of merchant raiders and a distribution of merchant losses arising from changes in the U-boat rules of engagement.
JOHN LIDDIARD looks at wrecks that originated 100 years ago
Appeared in DIVER June 2016ROD MACDONALD's books are always eagerly awaited, and it is the level of detail that wreck-dive enthusiasts relish.
His latest offering, Dive Palau: The Shipwrecks, is no exception. This extract, concerning a Japanese 'destroyer mother-ship' noted for its groundbreaking torpedoes, provides a flavour.
Appeared in DIVER April2016The 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 July 2015Arriving in Ireland some years ago armed with rebreather, tripod and black-and-white film,
LEIGH BISHOP captured some fine images of the WW1 Dreadnought battleship HMS Audacious.
A hundred years after her loss, he has returned to the site of what he reckons is one of the greatest wreck dives on Earth