Leatherback walkabout - 5000 miles and counting

An astonishing 5,000-mile journey by the first giant turtle to be caught and tagged off the British Isles has excited scientists studying the endangered creatures. For eight months marine biologists have been tracking a 65st [413kg - Ed.] leatherback sea...

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Diving the Isle of Man

The Isle of Man, with its extremely diverse and plentiful marine life, offers excellent diving. The waters are clear and nurture teeming communities of plants and animals.The island is situated in the Irish Sea, between Britain and Ireland. It is...

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Diving the HMS Warrior II, English Channel

We left the harbour bright and early at 8:30 looking forward to a good dive on the Warrior II, a ship which has an interesting story, and which met her end in 1940 being sunk by a fleet of 50...

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Welsh dive site under threat

Divers in Wales believe the demolition of a wooden jetty near Caernarfon is set to destroy an important marine habitat and popular dive site.Trefor Pier was originally built in the early 1900s to load locally quarried stone, and is...

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BSAC Launch New Forums

The British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) have just announced the launch of their new Forums. Based on the popular vBulletin software (same as the DB Forums incidentally) their aim was to bring a much needed update to the forums,...

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Dive Scapa Flow

Scapa Flow is one of Britain's most historic stretches of water. Located among the Orkney Islands, off the northeast coast of Scotland, the natural harbor has provided shelter to ships since the King Haaokon’s Viking fleet used the place...

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