Welcome to this month's iSCUBA issue featuring exciting new features, BSAC news, updates from the diving world and so much more...
At the end of July, BSAC CEO Mary Tetley confirmed that SCUBA would remain in a digital format for the rest of 2020, but that hasn't stopped us from packing it full of news, features, exciting stories and, of course, another crossword from Charles Wheeldon!
November issue highlights
- Archaeologist Mallory Haas investigates the slaver wrecks of England, visited in BBC's Enslaved – pages 42-47
- Woz joins MV Clasina in Orkney for a lockdown liveaboard trip – page 36-38
- Member stories return with part four of SCUBA Shorts – pages 48-53
- Regular columns from Michelle, Kirsty, and Yo-Han discuss flatulence, drift diving & the wreck of the M2 off Weymouth – pages 20-25
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