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Sport Diver September 2013: Front Cover

Sport Diver September 2013: Front Cover

WHILE researching a feature for diving between the tectonic plates in Silfra, Iceland, I had an idea about holding two continents in your hands. This photograph was taken of dive guide AJ doing just that. Sport Diver editor liked

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Deep South Borderlands: Sport Diver September 2013

Deep South Borderlands: Sport Diver September 2013

Nestled on the disputed border between Egypt and its southern neighbour Sudan can be found some of the most pristine dive sites in the whole of the Red Sea. Only a handful of boats make the long journey south to this remote area.

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Diving with Bull Sharks in Mexico: Sport Diver August 2012

Diving with Bull Sharks in Mexico: Sport Diver August 2012

Bull sharks might be considered dangerous by many but an encounter with them is on every serious diver's wish list. For just a few months every year, you can get up close and personal to them off Mexico's Yucatan peninsula.  

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Aquasport International: Communications Programme

Aquasport International: Communications Programme

Small business success still relies communicating successfully with your customers - it should be an important part of what you do each day. The Diving Journo has helped Aquasport International develop a personal and focused packa

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Wreck Diving in Grenada: Birmingham Mail November 2010

Wreck Diving in Grenada: Birmingham Mail November 2010

The tiny island of Grenada proudly boats of being the shipwreck capital of the Caribbean and it's no surprise why. With the sunken liner Bianca C just a stone's thrown from the beach, divers can enjoy a 'Titanic' like dive.

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Underwater Sculpture Park Grenada: The Post October 2010

Underwater Sculpture Park Grenada: The Post October 2010

The tiny Caribbean island of Grenada was the first to host an awe-inspiring underwater sculpture park designed by renowned artist Jason deCaires Taylor. The artificial structures have become a new base for marine life while giving

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Weirdest Window Cleaning Job: Birmingham Mail September 2010

Weirdest Window Cleaning Job: Birmingham Mail September 2010

Most window cleaners have seen untold eye-opening situations from the top of their ladders. But few will have witnessed anything as blue as the sights that greet the team of volunteer underwater washers in Birmingham.

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