‘Death in Number Two Shaft’ reads as partly a personal memoir, partly a dive travelogue about expeditions in Newfoundland, and partly a musing on the loss of a friend and the reasons why the titular accident happened in the first place. Somehow, Steve manages to weave all of these threads together into a compelling narrative. Steve’s love of all things underwater really shows, as does his love of Newfoundland, a diving destination that seemingly should be on more divers’ radars.
You can check out Steve talking about ‘Death in Number Two Shaft’ here:
To be in with a chance of being one of the three divers to win this awesome prize, all you have to do is answer the following question:
In a recent post on Scubaverse.com (which you can find here), we reported that scuba diving rehabilitation charity Deptherapy has announced that it is working on a series of exciting new programmes with diver training agency partner RAID. After having read the article, can you tell us how many of Deptherapy’s programme members are suffering from Post-traumatic stress disorder or other chronic mental illness?
- A) 70%
- B) 80%
- C) 90%
Answer, A, B or C to the question above: