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Destinations becomes Scuba Diver North America

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The global Scuba Diver brand, which publishes bespoke regional print and digital magazines in the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, as well as the United States and Canada, is rebranding and relaunching its quarterly North American title.

The Scuba Diver Destinations title was launched to much acclaim at DEMA in 2019, but just after the second issue hit the shelves in early 2020, the world stopped thanks to the global COVID pandemic. Destinations continued being published throughout, but with the pandemic in the rear-view mirror, the team behind it have decided now is the perfect time to rename the magazine and bring it more in line with its UK, Australia, and New Zealand titles. All the Scuba Diver titles are independent and not affiliated with any dive training organization.

Thus, Scuba Diver North America is now in dive centers in the US and Canada in print format (it is also available for direct subscription) and online in digital format.

Each issue contains comprehensive travel reports on locations both near and far; informative hints and advice sections on training and techniques; Q&As with explorers, underwater photographers, and celebrities; unbiased in-depth gear reviews; technical diving articles; news and views from the worldwide dive industry; and much more.

The Scuba Diver North America team is spearheaded by industry veteran and award-winning underwater photographer Walt Stearns.

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Project Divers Are We

Diving projects aka expeditions—think Bill Stone’s Wakulla Springs 1987 project, or the original explorations of the Woodville Karst Plain’s Project (WKPP)—helped give birth to technical diving….

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Header image: Divers positioning a decompression habitat during a recent GUE Project Diver core module. Photo by SJ Alice Bennett, courtesy of GUE.

Diving projects, or expeditions—think Bill Stone’s Wakulla Springs 1987 project, or the original explorations of the Woodville Karst Plain’s Project (WKPP)—helped give birth to technical diving, and today continue as an important focal point and organizing principle for communities like Global Underwater Explorers (GUE). The organization this year unveiled a new Project Diver program, intended to elevate “community-led project dives to an entirely new level of sophistication.” Here, authors Guy Shockey and Francesco Cameli discuss the power of projects and take us behind the scenes of the new program.


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