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DIVER Magazine's coverage of every aspect of the sport is unrivalled, especially in the realms of dive-gear testing, training, dive holiday destinations and underwater photography. Over more than four decades it has established a formidable reputation for expert and authoritative reporting of the news, views and features that matter to all scuba divers.
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About SDAA: Vibrant and informative, Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA offers everything the modern diver wants and needs to know about exploring our fascinating oceans and encountering the creatures within it. It covers all the major destinations from the Pacific Ocean to Australia and beyond, including natural spectacles, new discoveries, environmental news, diving news and diver-focused topics. Our articles are drawn from the world's best underwater journalists and photographers and feature imagery that sets the standard by which other magazines are judged.
About SDTTL: Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA, the premier dive magazine in Asia, has teamed up with DivePhotoGuide.com, a world leader in underwater photography media, and Edition Fifty Fathoms, the prestigious art photo magazine collectible, to create Scuba Diver THROUGH THE LENS, the first international underwater photography and videography magazine. It is designed to educate the global community on equipment, techniques and travel destinations, as well as highlight the world's top underwater photographers and videographers.
Issue 2 - 2014: We may take for granted just how much the balance of life on Earth depends on the 23.4-degree tilt of its axis. As different parts of the planet are bathed in the sun’s light and warmth, the seasons shift, and life flourishes – currents carry warming or cooling waters around the world, and with them nutrients and new life.
Issue 1 - 2014:
On a personal note, putting together this issue has definitely been the most taxing so far. Compiling the listings of dive operators in the world’s best destinations (p.58) and getting the low-down on the tantalising places that there are still to visit, gave rise to an almost uncontrollable desire to grab my gear and just head off into the blue. But I resisted the impulse to become a scuba gypsy, and so here it is: our second annual Buyer’s Guide for “diveaholics”! If the destinations directory isn’t enough to get you hankering for sub-aquatic adventure, you can further stimulate your urge to dive by reading about the underwater wonders of Papua New Guinea (p.38), and the littleknown and fauna-full island of Lady Elliot on the Great Barrier Reef (p.52). The gear section should also whet your appetite for all the great deals on shopping that will be available at ADEX in April 2014. It looks like masks have gone micro, and fins have gone turbo, neoprene is slowly going petroleum-free, and sidemount configurations are firmly in the rec-dive mainstream. It’s amazing to see how technology keeps moving on to help make our dives that much safer and that little bit more comfortable - just when you thought silicone couldn’t get any better, they go and add all kinds of newfangled ribbing to our mask skirts... l
Issue 8 - 2013:
Then & Now - Underwater Photo Pioneers. In this issue we journey into the past, pay tribute to some of the giants of underwater photography, and contrast today with diving-days gone by. Pioneers made the sport and the art form what they are today, inspiring and educating generations of divers and photographers, and their legacies live on.
To put it another way: The editorial ideology behind DIVE THE WORLD is to show stunning images, deliver great stories and support every message with solid facts. Dive travel is a global activity, and we don’t see any reason why a dive magazine should be limited to regional ties. Most English-language dive magazines are targeted to a regional audience, for example to readers in the UK or USA. But DIVE THE WORLD is a truly international publication.
Quite simply, DIVE THE WORLD is a magazine for the traveling diver who enjoys easy tropical diving, marine life encounters and exotic adventures.
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