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Book Review: Lake Erie Technical Wreck Diving Guide by Erik A Petkovic Sr

In many ways the title doesn’t – and perhaps can’t – really do this book full justice. This is so much more than a technical...

Why is the Zenobia known as the Titanic of the Mediterranean?

The wreck of MS Zenobia is considered to be the Jewel of the Mediterranean. It has also be referred to as the Titanic of the...

Technical Wreck Diving in Northeast Brazil

By Richard Streeton Apart from the remote Atlantic archipelago of Fernando da Noronha, Brazil is not a world-renowned technical diving destination. However, for the informed...

Unmissable Micronesia Wrecks

Wreck & Decompression Diving In Norway

Overhead Environments: Cave vs. Advanced Wreck

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Mark Milburn

Mark Milburn is the owner of Atlantic Scuba in Falmouth, Cornwall, England, and is an SDI/TDI/NAS/RYA Instructor and a Commercial Boat Skipper. Although often referred to as a maritime archaeologist, he prefers to call himself a wreck hunter. Find out...

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Gary Green

Gary Green is an author, team leader and PADI AmbassaDIVER. After being medically discharged from the British Army following an IED attack which left him blind in one eye and with PTSD, Gary was introduced to scuba diving through the...

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Sean Chinn

Sean Chinn’s scuba diving adventure started in a freezing cold quarry back in January 2011. Maybe the reason he wasn't instantly hooked! However, after an amazing trip to Indonesia in 2013, he realised he needed to see more of the...