November iSCUBA explores Scotland's scenic paradise and endangered sharks in Wales, as well as the start of 10 years of SCUBA celebrations.
Welcome to this month's iSCUBA issue with exciting features, BSAC news, updates from the diving world and so much more...
November issue highlights
Marine biologist Jake Davies speaks of taking the first underwater photo of an angel shark in UK waters – pages 56-59
Andy Torbet looks back on 10 years of his column and the importance of snorkelling to his underwater journey – pages 64-65
First look at a brand new (to the UK) compact closed-circuit rebreather unit, Hollis Prism II – pages 60-62
Regular columns from Michelle, Kirsty, Yo-Han, and DDRC look at mixing diving with sightseeing, drysuit repairs, electrical storms, and the inner ear – pages 16-23
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In December 2020, we told members that SCUBA was to become a bi-monthly printed magazine, alternating with a digital edition, as part of a phased return to print for the magazine. This is in part because SCUBA’s advertising revenue has not yet bounced back to pre-Covid levels as the diving sector continues to be impacted by the pandemic.
BSAC's CEO Mary Tetley said:
From the feedback we have received, it is clear how much members have missed the printed SCUBA. While we are not yet able to provide you with your member magazine in a full printed form every month, we believe this positive development is a step in the right direction.
We will continue to monitor this situation and work closely with SCUBA’s publishers, In2 Publishing, to maintain the high standard of SCUBA you have come to expect.
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