Autumn 2018 Print Edition Now Available to Buy
Our Autumn 2018 Print Issue is here. Available on the shelves of good magazine stands, or buy and subscribe at your convenience from our web shop, delivered to your door anywhere in the world that has a postal service. Printed on high-quality art paper and extended to 100 pages for this issue, full of the usual great photography and writing, busy people on the go can also check out our digital subscription priced at just £9.99 for a year which includes our monthly digest and access to all of DIVE's back issues. Here's a preview of what's in store this Autumn...
Gili Trawangan is one of the friendliest islands in Indonesia, in large part thanks to the dive community that supports it – a community that came together strongly to rebuild in the tragic aftermath of a recent earthquake. With images from Alfie Minnaar, Mark 'Crowley' Russell describes how the warm and welcoming atmosphere of the island makes it such a wonderful diving destination, an ideal technical diving hotspot (especially for women) and how the dive community's support makes all the difference.
The remote archipelago of the Revillagigedos is a place where pretty much anything can happen - and often does. Douglas David Seifert explores the islands and captures their magic with his stunning photography - including the moment a humpback whale just decided to pass by!
Aaron 'Bertie' Gekowski recounts the story of how Scubazoo's latest documentary series, Timor-Leste from Below, came to be filmed and explores the wonders of one of the world's last scuba diving frontiers.
Cave divers often push the limits of exploratory diving, and nothing could be more challenging than exploring some of the world's deepest, most extensive cave systems in Oaxaca, Mexico. Adam Haycock writes about his team's experience of going beyond the realms of the 'ordinary'.
Conservation isn't just about having a positive outlook and hoping for the best, it requires time, dedication, effort - and money. Mark 'Crowley' Russell visited the world-leading eco-resort of Southeast Sulawesi's Wakatobi and talks to its founder about how eco-tourism can have a hugely positive impact on the health of coral reefs, and how Wakatobi's solid business principles play such an important role.
Not everybody has an ocean on their doorstep, so Tre Packard and his PangeaSeed Foundation are bringing them to the towns and cities around the world through a series of beautiful murals, detailing the best that our oceans have to offer, and the plight that they are facing
Dive computers. Once - like diving itself - the preserve of just the few who could afford them, are now so ubiquitous that every diver wants one. Like most dive gear there is a staggering array of options. We round up the best that are on offer for 2018, from the most basic entry-level devices to the most technically advanced.