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  • Whalesharks: Swimming with the world's biggest fish (page 2)
    17.09.10 Whalesharks: Swimming with the world's biggest fish (page 2)

    Pro Dive Mexico talk about what it's like to dive with whalesharks

  • Wreck diving 'inside the wall' - Portland
    03.09.10 Wreck diving 'inside the wall' - Portland

    Jeremy Cuff heads to Portland to find out why it's one of the most popular south coast dive spots for all levels of diver

  • 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

  • Dancing with dragons - Komodo Islands
    03.09.10 Dancing with dragons - Komodo Islands

    Talk of boat-invading lizards meant Tony Karacsonyi couldn't resist embarking on a true dive adventure through the Komodo Islands of Indonesia

  • Farne Islands seals
    27.08.10 Farne Islands seals

    Mike Clark thinks his day can't get any worse after two strobes and a dive computer pack up, but then he gets a golden opportunity with a grey seal

  • Belize - the secret's out
    06.08.10 Belize - the secret's out

    Martin Bruce finds out that Belize has much more to offer than its world-famous Blue Hole.

  • Above 18m - Pembrokeshire
    06.08.10 Above 18m - Pembrokeshire

    With an atmospheric cave, scores of spider crabs, the wreck of a former Liberty ship, and the chance of a seal encounter, this site offers a snapshot of Pembrokeshire.

  • 6 reasons to dive Mexico's cenotes (page 3)
    30.07.10 6 reasons to dive Mexico's cenotes (page 3)

    Pro Dive Mexico talks about the Yucatan's cenotes

  • 6 reasons to dive Mexico's cenotes (page 2)
    30.07.10 6 reasons to dive Mexico's cenotes (page 2)

    Pro Dive Mexico talks about the Yucatan's cenotes

  • 7 reasons to dive the Dominican Republic (page 2)
    25.07.10 7 reasons to dive the Dominican Republic (page 2)

    Pro Dive International lists its favourite things about diving the Dominican Republic

  • Heavy metal
    02.07.10 Heavy metal

    The Egyptian Red Sea boasts many ferry shipwrecks, and Richard Ayrton dived four of the best on a northern liveaboard safari. Photographs by Richard Ayrton

  • Going Sulu in Borneo
    02.07.10 Going Sulu in Borneo

    Lankayan Island is a tiny speck of land in the Sulu Sea, off the coast of Sabah in the Malaysian part of Borneo. Jeremy Cuff was blown away by the island, but the diving left something to be desired.
    Photography by Jeremy and Amanda Cuff/www.ja-universe.

  • Capernwray gets its wings
    30.06.10 Capernwray gets its wings

    Divers visiting Capernwray inland dive site in Lancashire can now explore a massive airliner. Mark Evans headed north to dive it. Photographs by Mark Evans and Adam Hanlon/www.adamhanlon.com

  • 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

  • Above 18m - Isle of Wight
    21.05.10 Above 18m - Isle of Wight

    A World War Two bomber accessible from shore tempts Patrick Shier to the Isle of Wight; now all he had to do was find it.

  • 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.

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