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  • Voyage of Discovery - part 1
    17.03.10 Voyage of Discovery - part 1

    Mark Evans loads up a Land Rover with dive kit, mountain bikes and a dive buddy and makes the long trip from Suffolk to Connemara to dive the Emerald Isle.

  • The Famous Five - part 2
    17.03.10 The Famous Five - part 2

    The chance to join an itinerary taking in the Thistlegorm, Ras Mohammed and the Brothers was not to be missed, but as Mark Evans reports, a blown engine resulted in an entirely different bespoke trip instead.

  • Plymouth for newbie UK divers
    17.03.10 Plymouth for newbie UK divers

    Last year, Plymouth-based Red Sea diving specialists blue o two decided to organise long weekend breaks on the South Coast to promote UK diving to its clients - and Neil Hope joined them

  • The Famous Five - part 1
    17.03.10 The Famous Five - part 1

    The chance to join an itinerary taking in the Thistlegorm, Ras Mohammed and the Brothers was not to be missed, but as Mark Evans reports, a blown engine resulted in an entirely different bespoke trip instead.

  • Island paradise - part 2
    17.03.10 Island paradise - part 2

    St Lucia is often regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, and as Adam Coulter found out, the underwater scenery isn't half bad either.

  • Island paradise - part 1
    17.03.10 Island paradise - part 1

    St Lucia is often regarded as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, and as Adam Coulter found out, the underwater scenery isn't half bad either.

  • Alaska: the last wilderness? part 2
    12.01.10 Alaska: the last wilderness? part 2

    Grizzly bear encounters, humpback whales, sealions, kayaking and hiking, as well as some of the world's best diving. Would all this really be possible in just ten days? Welcome to British Columbia and Alaska. by Maria Munn

  • Alaska: the last wilderness? part 1
    12.01.10 Alaska: the last wilderness? part 1

    Grizzly bear encounters, humpback whales, sealions, kayaking and hiking, as well as some of the world's best diving. Would all this really be possible in just ten days? Welcome to British Columbia and Alaska. By Maria Munn

  • Plymouth deep diving
    12.01.10 Plymouth deep diving

    Some divers are happy in the shallows, while other yearn for deeper, more-challenging dives. Richard Ayrton is a committed deep wreck diver, and here he tries to explain his fanaticism for this kind of diving.

  • Symphony of light
    12.01.10 Symphony of light

    The St John's Reef system is known for its spectacular walls and colourful corals, but Dray van Beeck reckons the caves of Umm Kharareem offer some of the best diving.

  • Wall-diving in the Turks and Caicos
    12.01.10 Wall-diving in the Turks and Caicos

    The Turks and Caicos Islands are blessed with long white-sand beaches and crystal-clear warm waters, but it is the wall diving which marks them out from the crowd.

  • Sri Lanka - overland and underwater
    07.01.10 Sri Lanka - overland and underwater

    Patrick Shier is blown away by the stunning natural scenery and historical buildings of Sri Lanka, but found even these overshadowed by the prolific marine life dwelling around its coastline.

  • Above 18m - South Stack lighthouse, Anglesey
    07.01.10 Above 18m - South Stack lighthouse, Anglesey

    Anglesey has some amazing dive sites, but Mark Evans reckons none have such dramatic above-water scenery as a drift from South Stack Lighthouse on Holyhead

  • Drive 'n' dive - part 2
    07.01.10 Drive 'n' dive - part 2

    There aren't many places where you can do an island-hopping dive trip but never leave terra firma. In the Florida Keys, all you need is a set of wheels and your dive kit and you are set for a top week of wreck diving.

  • Drive 'n' dive - part 1
    07.01.10 Drive 'n' dive - part 1

    There aren't many places where you can do an island-hopping dive trip but never leave terra firma. In the Florida Keys, all you need is a set of wheels and your dive kit and you are set for a top week of wreck diving.

  • The sardine chronicles - part two
    07.01.10 The sardine chronicles - part two

    Stuart Philpott's African odyssey continues with a quest to dive in the midst of the legendary Sardine Run alongside sharks, whales, dolphins and seabirds.

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