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Beneath The Sea Show now March 2021

The amended date is Friday 12 to Sunday 14 March 2021 inclusive at the Meadowlands Exhibiton Center. It has been confirmed that all existing exhibitor show contracts will apply to the March 2021 dates

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Body found off the Dorset Coast

The body has not yet been formally identified, but it is probable that it is the missing teenage snorkeller Oscar Montgomery. The Police have advised his family has been informed.

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Good To Dive Disinfectant

We now have to run to new protocols in several areas of our life, including disinfecting our diving equipment.

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IATA interactive map tracks border closures

In order to provide travellers with the latest COVID-19 entry regulations by country, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has developed an online interactive world map.

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Lion Air flights suspended after passengers unable to follow COVID-19 regulations

Only weeks after restarting domestic flights, Indonesian carrier Lion Air has re-cancelled them, citing issues with passengers not following COVID-19 procedures.

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'Dolphin Way' is now available as an audio book

It was a sultry summer night, and a handpicked audience gathered at the Embankment based dive shop to hear Mark speak about the intelligence and culture of dolphins, and how this led to him writing the novel.

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Get your hands on a limited edition whilst raising funds for the Explorers Club

The second Saturday in June is World Gin Day. It is a day where lovers of the spirit around the globe celebrate all things gin.

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Greece opens ancient shipwrecks to divers

Greece has lifted diving restrictions eliminating depth limits and allowing diving at archaeological sites and sunken ships without an escort.

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DEFRA shuts down charter boat diving in England

DEFRA has published "guidance on inland and coastal boating and protecting yourself and others from coronavirus". The guidance includes the section "Skippered day-boat hire and skippered day charter hire."

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Fact File

The British Diving Safety Group (BDSG) was formed in 2002 to promote safe diving practices amongst the British sport diving community.

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DEMA Show postponed to Viva Las Vegas 2021

Ingram confirmed that the DEMA Board of Directors had taken the difficult decision to postpone this years show "for the safety and financial well-being of DEMA attendees and exhibitors."

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Eyemouth Harbour seeks feedback from divers

What was once a traditional fishing village (located off the east coast of Scotland) has evolved and grown into a larger working port managed by Eyemouth Harbour Trust (EHT).

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Maldives moves reopening to July

After closing its borders in March, the Maldives is set to reopen for tourism.

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Young snorkellor lost off Portland, Dorset

Oscar Montgomery was last seen at approximately 17.00 local time near Church Ope Cove, Portland on Wednesday 27 May. He was wearing a wetsuit, black fins and a black snorkel.

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The search track of the Weymouth RNLI Lifeboat

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The cave diving community mourns the loss of Helen Farr

Helen Farr was "a massively committed and active cave diver" of two decades.

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"Helen Farr pushed us, as she pushed herself. More importantly she became our friend" O'Three Drysuits

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Helen Farr photographed in Shatter Cave, on the Mendip Hills England, by Peter Glanvill

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Helen Farr diving Jug Hole in Florida, USA by Jill Heinerth

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Helen Farr, Helen Rider, Martyn Farr

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Martyn Farr posted this image on Helen on social media on 8 December 2019 with the caption "Without a doubt, a very talented diver and an all time best underwater model - Helen Rider"

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Helen Farr and Brian Kakuk kitting up at Crystal Caves, Abaco, Bahamas. Image Credit: Martyn Farr

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Helen Farr pictured in Trou Madame, the Lot, France by Martyn Farr

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Helen Rider, Rosemary E Lunn, Roz Lunn, Helen Farr

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A typical Helen shot featured in a story published in SCUBA by Alan Purcell. Image Credit: Martyn Farr

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Farr diving Ordinskaya
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Helen Farr diving the Ordinskaya cave. It is special because it appears as though it has been sculpted in ice and snow. The water clarity here is unparalleled. Image Credit: Martyn Farr

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The cave divers table at EUROTEK.2012. From left to right Claire Cohen, Michael Thomas, Vikki Batten, Martin Robson, Britan Kakuk, Jill Heinerth, John Buxton, Audrey Buxton, Ken Smith, Rick Stanton, Helen Farr.

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Helen Farr exploring Totara Cave in New Zealand in 2017. Image Credit: Peter Glanvill

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King Henry VIII’s flagship to get COVID-19 emergency funding

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Duncan Wilson, Chief Executive of Historic England stated "Our historic places bring us together. It is vital that they survive intact.

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Picture of His Life movie

The man at the center of the film is Amos Nachoum, an award-winning wildlife photographer and environmental activist, who has dedicated his life to photographing the world’s largest and most fearsome predators.

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Watch the movie on

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