Scuba Diver Magazine
Scuba Diver is an independent publisher of scuba diving magazines in all major English-speaking countries.
Issue 51 is crammed full of diving goodness, including the ex-HMAS Hobart artificial reef, a travellers’ guide to Sabah, in Malaysia, a peek beneath the surface of Sydney, a quest for soft coral in Indonesia, and the second part of our tour around Tahiti, plus a Q&A with film-maker Nays Baghai in ‘Diving With…’, a focus on the blue-ringed octopus, and Kerrie Burow rounds out her exploration of the world-class cave diving around Mount Gambier.
Issue 67 is chock to the brim this month, with the first part of an epic four-island jaunt around the Maldives, a look at the different anemones found off Scotland, a quest for soft coral in Indonesia, and the second part of Walt Stearns’ Arenui odyssey. Stuart Philpott explores Cyprus’ underwater fleet, there’s a Q&A session with deep diving guru PJ Prinsloo, Alex Mustard discusses wide-angle photography, and Kurt Storms tells the tragic story of the Salem Express in Egypt.
Issue 11 offers a bounty of diving content, as we join Editor Walt Stearns on the second part of his diving tour around the world, venture to Fiji, and Tubbataha in the Philippines, and look at the pros and cons of doubles and sidemount. We join the Arenui liveaboard on a voyage through Indonesia’s Flores Island group, there’s a Q&A with ‘Mother of Sharks’ Cristina Zenato, and Pete Mesley takes us on a whistlestop tour of the ocean liner Mikhail Lermontov in New Zealand.
The Ultimate Divers Guide annual focuses on a rich selection of bucket-list dives around our watery planet, those dives you really have to tick off in your logbook, aiming to give you some fresh inspiration for where your next diving adventure might take you before you shuffle off this mortal coil.