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The U-Boat Coast

The WW1 U-boats at Pendennis have been dived for many years, by many people. The site is probably the second most popular shore-dive in Cornwall. Read more...

Seasons In The Sea

In 1927 the Christiaan Huygens became the largest passenger ship ever built in the Netherlands. Furnished by famed designer Read more...

Smaller Side of the Maldives

MAX EATON finds himself on an eco-resort island notably lacking in the pelagic promise for which the Maldives is famed – and is surprised to find how much he Read more...

Inside Liners

Last year liner fanatic and technical wreck-diver Sam Warwick and history writer Mike Roussel brought out their P&O Read more...

Failure Points

The concept of failure points is frequently discussed in the technical-diving world but often neglected in the mainstream, says Read more...

Are You Dive Fit?

It’s the start of the UK diving season, so the question is particularly important. For divers “at work” the health and fitness Read more...

Living On Liveaboards

For anyone who has yet to experience an overseas liveaboard trip, SIMON PRIDMORE provides a full guide to everything you need to know… Read more...

Nobody’s Nurse

Grey nurse, raggedtooth, sand tiger – despite the range of names they’re all the same much misunderstood shark, with a fearsome Read more...

Free Your Mind

Untutored freediving was part of wildlife film-maker ELLEN HUSAIN’s Cornish upbringing – but now it was time to take it to the Read more...

The Art Of Ascending

Our upward journeys back to air are among the least-considered aspects of diving, but vital to get right and easy to get wrong Read more...

Grey Playtime

Whether on CCR, scuba or snorkel, TONY BASKEYFIELD received an enthusiastic welcome from one of the UK’s biggest Read more...

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