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  • An American in Scotland
    03.09.10 An American in Scotland

    Mike Clark jumped at the opportunity to be one of the first divers on a newly-found American shipwreck sunk off the coast of Eyemouth

  • Above 18m - Weasel Loch
    30.06.10 Above 18m - Weasel Loch

    Weasel Loch is the premier shore-diving site in Eyemouth, just north of the England/Scotland border, and Mike Clark relished the opportunity to revisit one of his favourite dives.
    Photographs by Mike Clark

  • Scapa is...
    21.05.10 Scapa is...

    Scapa Flow is undoubtedly one of the best wreck-diving sites in the world, but it means different things to different people. We ask a first-time diver, an artist, non-divers, and an author on the subject, what Scapa means to them.

  • 90 years in the making - part 1
    13.04.10 90 years in the making - part 1

    Ninety years ago, the scuttling of the German World War One fleet saw Scapa Flow become one of the world's most-famous wreck-diving locations. Mark Evans headed to the Orkneys to celebrate

  • 90 years in the making - part 2
    13.04.10 90 years in the making - part 2

    Ninety years ago, the scuttling of the German World War One fleet saw Scapa Flow become one of the world's most-famous wreck-diving locations. Mark Evans headed to the Orkneys to celebrate

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