Wreck mysteries, 50-hour endurance dives and a wheelchair user's experience of the Instructor Foundation Course in May iSCUBA.
Welcome to this month's iSCUBA issue, coming to you ready for the Easter weekend, before your physical copy hits your doormat next week...
May issue highlights
Matt Doggett and friends discover and investigate the wreck of a WWII aircraft – pages 46-51
Bingham SAC member, Dan Metcalfe-Hall who was paralysed after a motorcycle accident, tackles the Instructor Foundation Course – pages 38-40
Saeed Rashid reports on a 50-hour endurance dive to draw attention to the issue of single-use plastics – pages 52-59
Regular columns with Kirsty, Yo-Han, and Becky on curiosity, club nights, and tsunamis – pages 21-25
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SCUBA magazine back in print for 2022
In January 2022, we told members that this year would see 10 full colour printed issues of the magazine sent out to members. The decision to return to a printed magazine comes after a year of alternate print and digital versions which have ensured that SCUBA could weather the immediate impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
BSAC's CEO Mary Tetley said:
We know that our members have always enjoyed reading a printed version of their member magazine, and so the intention was always to return to a fully printed SCUBA as soon as it was possible.
With the 10 issues for 2022, we will be able to continue with the excellent editorial and print quality SCUBA has become renowned for. I am personally so pleased to see us return to more printed editions of SCUBA.
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