wreck diving

M-24: On Eternal Patrol

The 31st May – as well as being the anniversary of the WWI Battle of Jutland – also marks the anniversary of the 1942 WWII attack on Sydney Harbour by three Japanese Midget Submarines. A little over 23-metres in length… Read More ›

Terry Cummins – Dive Educator

Some years ago, I interviewed, Terry Cummins – then still involved with PADI – on his thoughts about diving, and, more particularly, the diving industry.  Since then, he has added to his academic qualifiactions with a PhD. A person who… Read More ›

“To Hidden Depths”

In 1945, Captain Philippe Tailliez (later becoming a leading pioneer in self-contained diving exploration in cave and open ocean) was appointed Commander of the French Navy’s newly-formed, Undersea Research Group, whose members included Jacques Cousteau and Frederic Dumas. Earlier, in… Read More ›