Global Underwater Explorers

How to Survive a Dive Show

Surviving the annual crop of Dive Shows and attendant Conferences takes stamina: Keeping your workload to the minimum while managing to enhance your professional reputation requires finesse. Regular appearances at the international round of diving industry events have, for many… Read More ›

Ghost fishing

The following article is reproduced here by kind permission of the author, MICHAEL MENDUNO, and was first published in the Winter 2014 edition of ‘Alert Diver’ magazine. With a “vegan” patch on the right sleeve of her neon-green drysuit and… Read More ›

Minke magic

Cries of, “Thar she blows!” are dim echoes of the 1830’s when whaling was acknowledged as Australia’s first primary industry. An era when, from shore-side whaling stations established along the country’s eastern seaboard, catcher vessels would put to sea to… Read More ›