DIVE Autumn 2019 Print Issue Available Now

DIVE Autumn 2019 title pic

The Autumn 2019 Print Issue of DIVE is available now! Filled with great writing, brilliant photography and packed full of features, all printed on art-quality paper, DIVE Magazine is so much more than a collection of pages, it's a coffee table publication to collect! This Autumn:


banner baikal

autumn 2019 print baikal

Alfie Minnaar swaps the warm and congenial climate of Gili Trawangan for the harsh and frozen landscape of Siberia. Taking lessons from an ice diving instructor at the Dive School of Hard Knocks, he learns a very important lesson about buoyancy control when you're not diving in board shorts and a rash vest, the etiquette of Siberian saunas, and why smoked pig's fat is chief among ice diving's culinary delights. Follow Alfie's amazing adventure under the Russian ice, accompanied as always by his unique style of brilliant photography.


banner australia

autumn 2019 print tobruk

Think of Australian scuba diving and the words that will automatically spring to mind are 'great', 'barrier', and 'reef' - but the Great Barrier Reef is very, very long, and much of the diving concentrated further north around popular tourist destinations such as Cairns. Further south, however, the reef is much less visited by tourists, so Chloe Smith headed off to southern Queensland to dive the recently sunk HMAS Tobruk, have close encounters with the local zebra sharks, and enjoy a tot or two of Bundaberg's locally brewed rum...


banner photos

autumn 2019 print photos

We could have called it 'Top 20 Photos', but there were so, so many glorious photographs submitting during our Original DIVE Photo competition that 'Spoilt for Choice' was a more appropriate title. Wading through them all was a wonderful experience, but settling on just 20 was not. Nevertheless, with the help of fellow judge Alex Mustard, DIVE's editor-in-chief, Graeme Gourlay, whittled the pile down to the 20 that you can find in the pages of DIVE this Autumn, for your viewing pleasure.


banner sao paolo

autumn 2019 print sao paolo

Could you imagine diving a wreck better than the SS Thistlegorm? One way to do it would be to travel back in time to dive on the Old Lady before hordes of tourist divers arrived and wreaked havoc within her holds. Another would be to dive deeper, in colder water, in much more difficult conditions, and explore a Second World War freighter where time, uninterrupted by the passage of recreational divers, has stood still. René B Andersen dives the challenging, magnificent wreck of the SS Sao Paolo, and brings us some awesome imagery of its interior.


banner video n

banner blank


banner cocos

autumn 2019 print cocos

300 nautical miles and a 24-hour boat ride out to sea, the wild diving of Cocos Island is by turns high-energy, nerve-wracking and most splendidly awesome. Once the haunt of pirates, the diving is often so fantastic that divers complain about 'only' seeing 30 hammerheads on a single dive! What better way to capture the raw magic of this remote and majestic seamount, than to send artist Francesa Page to visit with a blank canvas and an ocean of inspiration.


banner guides

autumn 2019 print lives

Diving takes us all around the planet; it opens our eyes and can be a life-changing experience for many residents of the so-called 'western world'. But for the folks that make it all possible, from the dive guides and boat crews to the admin staff and chefs, scuba diving tourism is not just a passion for the underwater world, but a way of life that many tourists never get to see. Louise Murray talked to the locals who guided her around the Philippines, and here is part of their story.


banner oceanics

autumn print sharks

Nobody really knows exactly why they choose this particular location, but the oceanic whitetip sharks that congregate at Cat Island in the Bahamas have become a welcome sight both for tourist divers and shark conservationists. Tom St George took his camera to pay a visit to the nomadic, and often very misunderstood, 'sea dogs' of Cat Island.


banner dive lights

autumn 2019 print lights

In the beginning, there were incandescent filament bulbs. They shone ever so brightly, often for just a fleeting moment before leaving you alone, stranded, underwater, in the dark, where nobody can hear you scream, because you're chewing on a regulator mouthpiece. And then, a scientist said 'let there be LEDs', and the world became a brighter place, with fewer dark corners, and shone for much longer, and took less time to charge. DIVE's Senior Correspondent, Mark 'Crowley' Russell, had a look at just a few of the myriad lights that illuminate our dives.


All this and much, much more can be yours for just £22.99 in the UK for a full print and digital subscription which will see DIVE's quarterly print magazine delivered directly to your door, and an app subscription that will let you follow us anywhere, any time, as long as there's an Internet connection. We'll deliver our art-quality magazine anywhere in the world that has a postal service (sorry about the extra charges, but it's them, not us), just subscribe using the links below. Don't forget to like us on Facebook@DigitalDive, follow us on Twitter@DiveMagazine and Instagram@DiveMag, and check out our YouTube Channel for our latest updates and podcast

uk print digital sub intl print digital sub digital onlysub







Love diving? You'll love these. Sign up today to immediately download our unique FREE gifts -

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 WRECKS - DIVE's 70-page, beautifully illustrated, colour guide to the world’s best wrecks

SCUBA STORIES - DIVE's collection f real life stories where divers, who have got themselves into perilous situations, describe how they reacted and what actions they took to ensure they lived to tell the tale

PACIFICHighlights of the Pacific - Dancing mantas in Hawaii • The Best Diving in the World, Galápagos, Cocos, Malpelo & Socorro • Mass Spawning Events in Palau

New Upright Gift Banners 300 x 600 px

Sidebar SUBSCRIBE spring 21 large2

Destinations Spotlight

Need inspiration for your next dive trip? Try one of our featured destinations from DIVE's travel partners.

sidebar philippines sidebar bahamas sidebar mexico sidebar fiji sidebar st helena 2020 Sidebar Egypt sidebar banner sabah sidebar banner belize sidebar banner south africa

DIVE Partners

sidebar banner egypt new ceningan divers ad 300x100 LH 300 min giphy subex Wakatobi Siladen Aggressor Fisheye Dive Worldwide gozo banner Arenui

Read DIVE magazine

DIVE magazine is available to read on many devices. Simply click one one of the options below

PCMac final
Apple finalAndroid final

Like what you see?

Join us on social and keep updated daily...