All the latest from DIVE Magazine this week
2019 DIVE TRAVEL AWARDS – THE VOTE IS OPEN
After two months of nominations, the Top 25 destinations, dive centres or resorts, and liveaboards have been decided – and now voting for the winners has begun. No shouting, no sledging, no silly TV debates, just a vote for the best.
TICKING ALL THE BUCKET LIST BOXES IN ONE TRIP
Where in the world would your Ultimate Dive Trip take you? How would you get there and what would you like to see when you do? Does planning such a trip seem awfully daunting? Fortunately, dive travel specialists Original Diving can arrange almost everything you need (except critters on demand) for a lengthy, tailor-made, scuba diving sabbatical. Check out an example itinerary and start dreaming…
‘This little piggy went to market, this little piggy stayed at home… and this little piggy went for a swim around Abaco, because that was just a way more awesome thing to do!’ Tom St George reports with his camera from a Bahamian island paradise home to sharks, rays, wrecks – and swimming pigs…
The Ocean Film Festival World Tour returns to the UK and Ireland for the sixth year this coming autumn. Presenting a series of short movies from passionate film makers exploring the magic of the oceans, the film festival will visit almost 40 locations this year, so there’s not much excuse for missing it. Click below for tour dates and ticket links.
Three divers, three lakes, three different countries, and 24 hours. It’s called the Three Lakes Challenge and a team of intrepid divers are planning to bust the record to dive all three by more than two hours…
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!