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All the fun of the fjord
If there’s one country that rivals Britain’s status as offering the best cold-water wreck diving in the world, it is Norway. Photographer Simon Brown embarks on a tour of its prime wrecks, and reports on a unique cold-water coral reef
INDepth – Lanzarote & Fuerteventura
For a reasonably priced holiday with guaranteed sun and blue water, the Canary Islands offer plenty of scope.
Partytime for pelagics
The Azores archipelago in the Atlantic is rightly famous for its sperm whale population, but for photographer Jordi Chias a trip to the Princess Alice Bank also provides the opportunity for plenty of other pelagic encounters
The volcanic formed tunnels of Lanzarote make for a fascinating dive. Leading cave diver Martyn Farr takes a ride on the lava tubes
After three decades of independence, the West African archipelago of Cape Verde is finding its feet as a tourist haven, and the dive scene is similarly promising.
Strewn across the bottom of the North Atlantic lie 116 Second World War U-boat wrecks. Submarine expert Innes McCartney launched an ambitious expedition to find them. When Germany capitulated in 1945, the U-boat arm of its navy, although bo...
Tristan Da Cunha
The world’s most isolated island community, Tristan da Cunha recently hit the headlines when a respiratory illness hit its human population. However, its unique undersea environment is facing a threat that is just as insidious
St Paul Island, Nova Scotia
Not afraid of adventure? Don’t mind the cold? Then some wreck diving at St Paul Island off Canada should be just the thing to set your pulse racing
Sharks and subs in the graveyard of the atlantic
The wrecks off North Carolina have become a haven for sand tiger sharks and other marine life. Michael Patrick O’Neill tours the wrecks in search of some shark action
If you’re feeling adventurous, you may find the diving in Norway just the thing to get the adrenalin pumping. Report by Phil Riall…
The diving there is very laid back and there's so much to see.
INDepth - Canary Islands
Looking for shipwrecks, big-animal encounters, schooling fish, good visibility and reliable weather? Then try the Canaries.
Diving bargains - Cape Verde Islands, West Africa
For a long-haul destination virtually unknown to British divers, the islands of Cape Verde offer some suprisingly competitive deals.
INDepth - Tenerife
Since the 1970s, Tenerife’s subtropical climate has made it a mecca for British holidaymakers. But its diving is not to be sniffed at, either – warm waters, spectacular topography and varied marine life provide a great underwater experience
Iceland - welcome to the twilight zone
Elemental forces preside over the environment above and below the surface in Iceland. Jerome Konen discovers fertile ground for expedition divers....
Islands in the mist
For Charles Hood, a dive trip to the remote Faroe Islands was a rare chance to go on a real diving expedition
Dive guide - the Keys and caves of Florida
There’s more to Florida than most divers appreciate. From the easy dives of the Keys to the dynamic seas of Southeast Florida and the cave diving of the inland springs, there’s plenty of variety for today’s diver.
Down in a blaze of glory
The sinking of HMCS Cape Breton is another in a long line of artificial reef projects in British Columbia. Charles Hood witnesses the creation of an underwater marine-life haven …
INDepth - Gran Canaria
With weather that allows for year-round diving in subtropical water, the Canary Islands rival the Red Sea for value and convenience.
Lying a few miles south of Lanzarote, Fuerteventura is best known for its sandy beaches and excellent windsurfing conditions...
One of the best bases for shark diving is the island of Walker's Cay in the Northern Abacos, once renowned for its famous 'chumsicle' shark feed and resident bull sharks.
Our diving trips to Galway are usually for one week. You can do shore dives, but it's mainly boat diving. There are loads of fish, and we've seen dolphins and basking sharks. The underwater scenery, with all the anemones, is beautiful.
Islands on the edge
The wild waters of southern Ireland offer some exciting diving. Words and photographs by Paul Kay...
After sharks, blue holes are the biggest underwater attractions in the Bahamas.
Theo's wreck is one of the most popular wreck dives in the Bahamas. This 80m-long freighter was purposely sunk at 30m off Grand Bahama in 1982.
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