All the latest from DIVE Magazine this week
WORLD OCEANS DAY WITH WILBUR
Wilbur is a humpback whale and the star of a beautifully illustrated children’s story by Alexandra Aspinall. Follow his adventures as he travels through the devastated oceans of the world in search of his missing family – and finds that hope is not all lost. Download a copy for free using the link below and celebrate World Oceans Day with a gift for all the children you know (including the grown-ups!)
GET AHEAD ON THE RIGHT FOOT
In our new and most fabulous Summer Print Issue, Douglas David Seifert explores the wonderful world of octopuses, nautiluses, squid and cuttlefish. As a preview to the main article (see subscription details further down), Douglas and his photographic wizardry bring you 12 of the things you most need to know about the many-footed heads.
WAKATOBI’S MACRO MAGIC
The pristine reefs surrounding Wakatobi Dive Resort in Indonesia’s Southeast Sulawesi are home to myriad tiny critters, making them a macro photographer’s delight. With easy dive conditions and plenty of time, here’s some of the best of Wakatobi’s trove of treasures.
TAKE A DIVE ON THE WILD SIDE
24 hours out to sea, remote and untamed, the Revillagigedos are not for the faint of heart. Penelope Granycome reports from the Socorro Aggressor on diving in a part of the world where almost anything is possible…
NEW CONSERVATION ZONES NEED CONSERVING
The Marine Conservation Society has welcomed the news that 41 new stretches of UK waters are to be protected – but designation is nothing without proper management.
Everybody uses that headline for articles about wreck diving – but it’s Friday afternoon and the metaphors are running thin. Here’s a round-up of ten of the best wrecks that recreational divers can get their teeth into – metaphorically.
KEEP ‘EM COMING…
Last week’s scores on the doors for the 2019 DIVE Travel Awards Nominations – next update next Friday…
DIVE INTO SUMMER
Our Summer 2019 print is available to buy and order now! Featuring some stunning cephalopod shenanigans from Douglas David Seifert. The rundown on getting in the water with whales by Vanessa Mignon, and Martin Voeller takes us スキューバダイビング in 日本 (diving in Japan). Mark ‘Crowley’ Russell takes a look at the benefits of back-inflate BCDs, Francesca Page reports on Indonesian villagers getting involved in shark conservation, and Siski Kalla explores why diving makes us happy. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!