In the magazines this month

SPORT DIVER – August 2011

  • Mark Evans explores 2 wrecks in Scapa Flow that make an ideal introduction to this iconic site
  • Drift diving in fabulous Tobago
  • Budget British diving – Mark Evans tries out camping as an economical way to take a diving trip
  • Lanzarote; a holiday with diving or a dive resort with holiday?
  • Amazing night diving in Hawaii
  • Bob Whorton joins the first ever Philippines 'Seafari'
  • Will Harrison takes a photography course in Egypt led by an expert, Stuart Philpott
  • August edition of Tech Diver

SPORT DIVER – July 2011

  • Mark Evans heads back to the magic of Scapa Flow
  • Fabulous wall diving in the laid back paradise that is Grand Turk
  • Peter Collings takes a trip round the southern Red Sea to visit its wrecks
  • The PADI Wreck Diver specialty at Stoney Cove
  • Marvellous mantas in the Maldives
  • Young teenagers get a taste of diving the aquarium tanks at Blue Planet
  • Get a comprehensive guide to dive centres of the Caribbean
  • Join Mike Clarke as he visits the wrecks of the Sound of Mull

SPORT DIVER – June 2011

  • After a 17 year gap Bob Whorton returns to dive in Jordan and is definitely not disappointed
  • Patrick Shier explores 2 submarine wrecks in shallow water off the Norfolk coast
  • A guide to the diving destinations of SE Asia
  • Magical diving in Sipadan, Malaysia
  • Experience a Florida driving and diving holiday including wonderful manatees
  • Part 2 of Patrick Shier's guide to Mozambique
  • June issue of Tech Diver

SPORT DIVER – May 2011

  • Wreck Diver and Underwater Photographer – 2 new bi-monthly specialist sections
  • Part 2 of 12 readers’ expedition to South Africa
  • Join Mark Evans as he returns to dive the Brothers
  • Explore the fabulous but little-known shore dives of East Timor
  • Will Harrison checks out the PADI Advanced Open Water course at Capernwray
  • Grenada has a multitude of shipwrecks as Stuart Philpott discovers
  • Getting back in the water for the new season – make sure you do a few simple checks first
  • Regulators on test

SPORT DIVER – March 2011

  • Jeremy Cuff discovers that Malapascua in the Philippines offers a whole lot more than the thresher sharks
  • Want a Red Sea experience with the emphasis on your diving requirements? – look no further than El Quesir
  • The dive doctor looks at seasickness remedies and diving
  • Baa Atoll – Al Hornsby experiences spectacular manta rays in the Maldives
  • Neil Hope gives a guide to the wrecks of the SS James Eagan Layne and HMS Scylla
  • Mixon Hole, an exhilarating drift dive near Selsey
  • Lucky Martin Bruce dives in Bali
  • Lawson Wood watches as the Kittiwake is sunk to create an artificial reef off Grand Cayman
  • Night encounters with manta rays - Martin Edge has an unforgettable experience

SPORT DIVER – February 2011

  • Wreck diving in the Baltic &ndsah; very cold but very rewarding
  • Martin Davies explores what’s new at Soney Cove
  • The Bahamas – Mark Evans explores the wide variety of diving in the many islands of the Bahamas
  • Patrick Shier in the fabulous dive sites of Mozambique; the first part of his guide
  • The beautiful Banda Islands – 10 volcanic islands in Indonesia with wonderful diving
  • Soma Bay; a new Egyptian diving resort aimed at the sports-minded
  • Simon Brown undertakes an exciting night dive in Ireland
  • Join Jeremy Cuff on a dayboat diving on the Great Barrier Reef
  • February edition of Tech Diver

SPORT DIVER – January 2011

  • Mark Evans explores 10 of the world’s greatest wrecks
  • Killer whales in Norway
  • P31, Malta – Stuart Philpott dives their latest artificial reef
  • UK inland dive sites – you don’t have to wait for summer
  • The drive to tackle the relentless spread of lionfish through the Caribbean
  • Join Bob Wharton photographing the underwater life at Moalboal in the Philippines

SPORT DIVER – December 2010

  • Ice diving in Russia – Andrey Nekrasov introduces us to it
  • A look at PADI’s e-learning certification
  • The Sport Diver team explore their top 10 artificial reefs
  • The Evans family try a holiday in the Turks and Caicos Islands where everyone is catered for
  • Aquarium diving – more like hard work than you imagined
  • Red Sea shore dives with the personal touch
  • Simon Brown joins the Navy’s Enclosed Space Set divers as they work between the two hulls of a submarine
  • Spools and multi-purpose reels on test

SPORT DIVER – October 2010

  • Go with the Flow – 10 amazing drift dives around the world
  • Easy shore dives – Bouley Bay, Jersey
  • Stuart Philpott checks out the Egyptian resort of El Gouna
  • Diving in the Algarve, much more than just beaches and golf
  • Daniela Marchesi explores the fabulous Similan Islands Marine Park in the tropical Andaman Sea
  • What is Monkey Diving?
  • Mike Clark explores the paddle steamer wrecks of the Clyde
  • Superb wreck diving in Barbados

SPORT DIVER – September 2010

  • Special supplement: Sport Diver Guide to Belize
  • Lawson Wood discovers that Cayman Brac is well worth a visit after the hurricane
  • Shallow UK diving at St. Mary’s Lighthouse, Northumberland
  • Patrick Shier combines a liveaboard and land-based holiday in Sinai
  • Dario Cespa is entranced by diving on La Graciosa, part of the Canary Islands Marine Reserve
  • Photographing sharks in Ellesmere Port – yes it is possible!
  • Explore the fabulous miniature undersea world of Bali
  • Martin Sampson guides you on how to have a safe night dive
  • September issue of Tech Zone

SPORT DIVER – August 2010

  • Neil Hope and his “vintage” 1990s dive kit
  • Suitable for all – diving in Portland, Dorset
  • Mark Evans explores the new wreck sunk at Filitheyo in the Maldives
  • At last Martin Bruce dives the Famous Five in the Red Sea including the spectacular Thistlegorm
  • A liveaboard trip through the Komodo Islands of Indonesia
  • The unspoiled Spice Islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique
  • Mike Clark’s fabulous grey seal pics and how he took them despite his equipment
  • Plus the latest edition of Tech Diver

SPORT DIVER – July 2010

  • At last Mark Evans meets whale sharks in Tanzania
  • The popular above 18m dive series arrives at Fishguard, Pembrokeshire
  • Martin Bruce finds Belize has much more to offer than the famous Blue Hole
  • Dr. Firth looks at DCS and the problem of diver denial
  • Explore the wonderful diving on the Isle of Skye
  • Veteran diver Lawson Wood revisits Marsa Alam after 25 years and is pleasantly surprised
  • Explore the Philippines with Bob Whorton
  • Mark Evans revisits the USS Oriskany to check on the progress of the new “reef”

SPORTS DIVER – June 2010

  • Join Richard Ayrton as he explores Red Sea ferry wrecks
  • The beautiful Weasel Loch at Eyemouth; a shallow dive suitable for all levels of diver
  • Adam Coulter takes in the fabulous diving of Honduras
  • Capernwray’s newest attraction – a full sized airliner, and almost intact
  • David Jones tries out side mount diving and finds his reservations ill-founded
  • Mixed feelings about Lankayan Island, Borneo

SPORT DVER – May 2010

  • Join Jeremy Cuff and his family on a liveaboard trip with adults AND children in mind
  • Diving on the Isle of Wight suitable for all levels of diver
  • Whizzing along on a drift dive – diving in the Seychelles
  • Flying and diving; Dr Oliver Firth examines the evidence on surface intervals before flying
  • Diana Williams returns to dive in Cuba and finds it better than ever
  • Nuweiba, Egypt – a fabulous destination for technical divers as well as great shore diving on house reefs

SPORT DIVER – April 2010

  • Short-haul diving destinations – sun and warmer waters without the hassle
  • Follow Patrick Shier’s exploration of the Ore Stone in Devon
  • Awesome creatures large and small – Mark Evans finds both in Bali
  • Dr Oliver Firth looks at diving with diabetes
  • Part 2 of Mark Evans’ discovery of diving off the west of Ireland
  • Stunning underwater photography from the Maldives
  • Diving the massive wreck of the SS President Coolidge in Vanuatu
  • Sport Diver’s new bi-monthly section Tech Diver; devoted to all things technical

SPORT DIVER – February 2010

  • Visit the world’s Top Ten wall diving destinations
  • PADI Advanced Open Water course – a boost for the newly-qualified
  • Mark Powell tries out the spectacular walls of the Cayman Islands
  • The fabulous caves of Umm Kharareem – wonderful Red Sea diving
  • A 10 day trip to Alaska and British Columbia – stunning diving plus humpback whales, sealions, hiking, kayaking – a packed trip
  • Follow Richard Ayrton as he indulges his passion for deep wreck diving

SPORT DIVER – January 2010

  • Follow Patrick Shiers on a fabulous trip to Sri Lanka where the sights on land and below the surface vie to be the most spectacular
  • Walpole bay, Margate – diving couldn’t be easier
  • Details of the new PADI TecRec programme
  • Laid-back and peaceful near Sharm – White Knight Beach
  • Wakatobi Island, Indonesia – are these the world’s most diverse reefs?
  • Martin Bruce dives The Smalls, Pembrokeshire

SPORT DIVER – December 2009

  • US divers venture into the Red Sea
  • Easy dives in Britain – South Stack, Anglesey
  • New diving opportunities in Mozambique explored by Dray and Karin Beeck
  • Island hopping diving in the Florida Keys
  • Brush up on buoyancy control

SPORT DIVER – November 2009

  • Explore the Socorro Islands – are they really Mexico»s Galapagos?
  • They do it differently in Dover; wreck diving near busy shipping lanes requires a change of plan
  • Martyn Farr spends a memorable week in the underwater caverns of eastern Turkey
  • Enjoy a family day out at Lulworth Cove, pleasing divers and all their family members
  • Part one of Stuart Philpott’s 4 week shark diving tour in South Africa
  • Night diving – 4 super sites for UK night dives and tips for newcomers
  • Red Sea Miniatures – don’t forget the small stuff

SPORT DIVER – September 2009

  • Amazing diving in Bali – join Mark Evans at a newly opened dive resort
  • Explore the National Diving & Activity Centre at Chepstow with a money-saving voucher
  • Scapa Flow – still a fascinating dive destination after 90 years
  • The Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, the newest addition to the Florida Keys Wreck Trek
  • Wonderful diving in South Africa
  • How 66 army cadets learned to dive in the Red Sea
  • Wetsuits on test – 7 suits put through their paces

SPORT DIVER – August 2009

  • PADI’s Seal Team course – a view from Dad and daughter
  • A guide to Gildenburgh Water – diving for the land-locked Midlands
  • Join Martyn Farr as he explores the caves and caverns of the Costa Blanca
  • The Shadwan – a wreck suitable for all standards of divers
  • Drift diving in Tobago
  • Sport Diver tests wristwatch style dive computers

SPORT DIVER – March 2009

  • Jeremy Cuff compares liveaboards in the northern and southern Red Sea; is either better or are they just different
  • Babbacombe Beach – a super shore dive to see cuttlefish
  • Follow a trip to dive HMS Stubborn, a submarine sunk off the Maltese coast
  • The “Big Five7rdquo; of African safaris becomes the “Big Six” with the addition of whale sharks
  • Mike Clark dives the wreck of the MV Mara in Scapa Flow – the first liveaboard he ever used
  • Discover the diving of the Hawaiian island of Niihau
  • Dropped your torch, knife, keys? Martin Sampson gives expert advice on successful underwater searching
  • Charles Stirling dives Spain’s Galician coast

SPORT DIVER – November 2008

  • Join Tony Baskeyfield on a liveaboard trip to see great white sharks in the waters of Isla Guadalupe
  • Drawna Rock in Cornwall – a simple shore dive but packed with marine life
  • Gary Doak visits the wrecks of Lochaline in Scotland
  • Martin Bruce takes a liveaboard trip in the Red Sea – can it really live up to expectations?
  • Diving in the Philippines in the quest for the harlequin shrimp
  • Twin centre diving holidays can make the most of a long flight to your destination – Stuart Philpott takes in Grand Turk and the Bahamas
  • Sub-zero diving in search of a WWII seaplane in northern Canada

SPORT DIVER - October 2008

  • El Gouna – an ideal base for exploring the wrecks of the northern Red Sea
  • Pat McGee’s Reef – surprising diving in Ireland
  • Are artificial reefs any more than divers’ playgrounds? - William Hunter examines the facts
  • Diving El Hierro, the smallest of the Canary Islands
  • 27 miles of untouched wall diving – Eleuthera, Bahamas
  • Diving by train – Simon Brown sees how it compares with flying
  • Check out picturesque Vivian Diving Centre
  • Encounter whalesharks in Djibouti

SPORT DIVER – September 2008

  • Mark Evans takes a group of American divers to see what they make of the northern Red Sea
  • Does the wreck of USS Liberty in Bali live up to expectations?
  • Join Mike Clark diving the wreck of the steam-powered British submarine, K-17
  • The Salem Express – examining the rights and wrongs of diving wrecks where many lives were lost
  • Finding and identifying wrecks
  • The Rez – nothing else quite like it!

SPORT DIVER – March 2008

  • Liveaboards give access to the unspoilt reefs of the Bahamas
  • Browns Bay, a gem of a dive site in only 8m of water
  • See Lester O’Sullivan’s striking black and white photographs of the wrecks of the northern Red Sea
  • As seen on TV – meet the divers who assist in aquatic scenes in your favourite programmes
  • Stuart Philpott spends five months as a dive guide on Silhouette Island in the Seychelles
  • Wartime Relics – discover US and Japanese relics in the Solomon Islands

SPORT DIVER – March 2008

  • Liveaboards give access to the unspoilt reefs of the Bahamas
  • Browns Bay, a gem of a dive site in only 8m of water
  • See Lester O’Sullivan’s striking black and white photographs of the wrecks of the northern Red Sea
  • As seen on TV – meet the divers who assist in aquatic scenes in your favourite programmes
  • Stuart Philpott spends five months as a dive guide on Silhouette Island in the Seychelles
  • Wartime Relics – discover US and Japanese relics in the Solomon Islands

SPORT DIVER – January 2008

  • Can Ningaloo Reef match up to the diving on the Great Barrier Reef?
  • Patrick Shier explores the diving close to home in Northern Ireland
  • Join Simon Brown as he dives with the Royal Navy’s elite VSW team
  • Diving 1920’s style, with 15 stones of kit
  • Explore the wreck-rich waters of Grenada and the Grenadines
  • Mini-guides to the dive sites of East Scotland
  • Green water Magic Filters – the answer to the problems of UK underwater photography?
  • BCD’s designed for women, tested by women divers

SPORT DIVER – December 2007

  • Would you dive with a great white shark without a cage? Tony White tries it in South Africa
  • Treaddur Bay, wonderful accessible diving in Anglesey
  • Martyn Farr examines the hard lessons of cave diving
  • Make the most of wreck photography with Martin Edge’s top tips
  • Catch up with some seriously big creatures off the Florida coast
  • Guide to the best dives of the Orkney Islands
  • New course at London Diving Chamber teaches life-saving skills for divers in remote locations

SPORT DIVER – June 2007

  • Martin Bruce checks out the Red Sea’s newest dive resort – Hamata
  • Getting away from it all – Lochaline, Scotland
  • Carrying on the Cousteau legacy
  • Free-diving for pleasure, not records
  • Shoals of blacktip sharks at Aliwal Shoals
  • New Greek legislation opens up diving historic submerged sites
  • Diving the Dorset coast

SPORT DIVER – May 2007

  • Join an Egyptian liveaboard cruising the Sudanese Red Sea o Dive the Hera – a wonderful wreck suitable for novices and the more experienced alike
  • Join John Wallis as he explores the rich and varied marine life of Thailand’s west coast
  • Croatia – now a tourist destination once more and well worth exploring the dive sites
  • Read how a combined effort saved the life of an injured hawksbill turtle in the Red Sea
  • Are you tough enough? – Simon Brown tries the gruelling training to become a Royal Navy Clearance Diver

SPORT DIVER – March 2007

  • Fred Grieger is one of the last to dive USS Saratoga as parts of the wreck begin to collapse
  • More to see than you thought diving at Selsey’s lifeboat station
  • Diving with the awe inspiring blue whale
  • Intrepid Martin Bruce forsakes warm water to take a dry suit course in December
  • Gozo – how can a tiny island have so many quality dive sites?
  • Explore Saba – some of the most unspoilt diving in the Caribbean

SPORT DIVER – February 2007

  • Rodrigues – an Indian Ocean diving gem
  • Join Patrick Shier as he explores the wreck of the Breda
  • See Dave Buckle’s atmospheric b&w pics of Red Sea wrecks
  • Gibraltar – British diving with added sunshine
  • Adam Coulter is entranced by the cenotes of Mexico

DIVE – February 2007

  • A guide to torches and bulb technology
  • View the wonders to be found in temperate seas – not all fascinating marine life is tropical
  • Can one liveaboard cover the entire Red Sea in a week – Simon Rogerson investigates
  • Tony Baskeyfield’s experience of a lifetime on the migration of whale sharks in the Seychelles
  • The enduring appeal of the James Eagan Layne
  • Year round diving in the Canary Islands

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