Winter 2018/19 Print Issue Now Available to Buy
Our Winter 2018/19 Print Issue – Celebrating the Mighty Red Sea – 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 Winter...
Douglas David Seifert travels from the Strait of Tiran down to St John's and sends back an in-depth report on the reefs, wrecks and marine life with a glorious set of photographs.
Mark 'Crowley' Russell gets up close to oceanic whitetip sharks - globally vulnerable to extinction but a fairly common sight under dive boats around Egypt's offshore islands.
And to round-off our Red Sea spotlight we profile Johann Vifian, one of the pioneers of diving in Egypt who has been based in Hurghada for nearly 35 years.
DIVE's Photo correspondent Alfie Minnaar sails the Arenui through Komodo and gives us a unique insight into life on board the very splendid liveaboard, and takes some amazing photographs on the way.
We preview the work of passionate dive instructor and artist Francesca Page as she turns her creative talents to the preservation of aquatic life.
Scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography are busy mapping the world's coral reefs in mind-boggling detail. Mark 'Crowley' Russell joined them as they start to map the Maldives in a project that could help us understand how to save the planet's stressed reefs.
Discover the unexpected story on how fishermen and divers have worked to together to produce a unique and exhilarating dive in Japan.
We round up some of the best gear on the market for 2018, just in time for Christmas. Not all of it costs an arm and a leg; some of it might even fit down the chimney...