All the latest from DIVE Magazine this week
COMING SOON – DIVE AUTUMN 2019 PRINT ISSUE
This Autumn, Alfie Minnaar swaps tropical Gili T for the deep freeze of lake Baikal, Francesa Page brings us a fantastic artist’s impression of Cocos Island diving, Tom St George dives with the sea dogs of Cat Island, Chloe Smith visits the ‘secret south’ of the Great Barrier Reef and the HMAS Tobruk, and René B Anderson brings us some incredible images from the wreck of the Sao Paolo, a challenging, deep-water version of the Thistlegorm. And if that’s not enough, Mark ‘Crowley’ Russell sheds some illumination on dive lights – and we feature all 20 of the brilliant winning entries into our #OriginalDIVEPhoto competion.
TWO MONTHS DOWN, TWO TO GO!
August has seen a fair few changes in the 2019 DIVE Travel Awards – check out the latest update to find out where your favourite destinations, dive centres and liveaboards are currently placed – and get people voting if you think they could be doing better.
This week, our #FeaturedPhotographer is Pavel Chistyakov, a former aerospace engineer who now lives in Mexico where he can explore his passion for underwater macro photography. Check out his fantastic portfolio and get in touch if you think your own work is good enough for publication.
DIVE IS AT DEMA SHOW 2019
DEMA Show is returning to Orlando, Florida and DIVE is returning yet again to DEMA Show. To pre-arrange a meeting or discuss opportunities in advance, just get in touch…
FREEDIVING MEDICAL COURSE
Freediving’s governing body, AIDA, has joined forces with The Diver Medic to launch a new emergency medical responder course with a particular emphasis on freediving.
There’s a few places left for this year’s Cave Camp in Tulum, Mexico. Join like-minded individuals for some of the best cave diving in the world and – allegedly – some of the most entertaining social events!
SAVING OUR SEAS
Ghost Fishing UK has spent the week cleaning up Cornwall, removing a huge amount of netting and other ghost gear from the wreck of the SS Epsilon in the process.
LAST DAYS OF SUMMER
There’s a few copies our Summer 2019 print issue still hanging around in the office – featuring cephalopod shenanigans from Douglas David Seifert, whale diving with Vanessa Mignon, diving in Japan with Martin Voeller, plus Indonesian shark conservation with Francesca Page, Siski Kalla explores why diving makes us happy and Mark ‘Crowley’ Russell takes a look at back-inflate BCDs.