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Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA

Vibrant and informative, Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA (SDAA) offers everything today's diver wants and needs to know about exploring our fascinating oceans and encountering the creatures within them.

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Scuba Diver Australasia is now the official media partner of DAN Asia-Pacific. This new collaboration will be launched at ADEX 2014 Singapore.

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Scuba Diver AUSTRALASIA covers all major destinations from the Pacific to Australia and beyond, revealing the oceans’ natural spectacles, sharing new discoveries, highlighting environmental issues and addressing the most pertinent diver-focused topics. SDAA's contributors are some of the world’s best journalists and photographers - this magazine features content that sets the standard by which other dive magazines are judged.
 
SDAA is now the official media partner of DAN Asia-Pacific. DAN’s magazine, Alert Diver, is published inside every issue of issue of SDAA over 32 information-packed pages. Other than our joint dedication to excellence in reporting for the dive industry, DAN’s Alert Diver and SDAA have a number of things in common, such as a tireless commitment to diver safety and best practices, and passionate dedication to marine conservation.

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Christian Vizl Mac Gregor Field Editor for SDAA

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Very Proud to announce that world famous international publication brand Asian Geographic Magaizines , Asian Diver, Scuba Diver Australasia , Asian Geographic and Asian Geographic Passport have confirmed to be official media partners of Maldives Travel Awards 2014 at Kurumba Maldives. #travel #awards #highriseevents #maldives #matato #tourism — with <a href="http://www.facebook.com/travelawardsmv" data-ft="&#123;"tn":";"&#125;" data-hovercard="/ajax/hovercard/page.php?id=152854531515562&amp;extragetparams=%7B%22directed_target_id%22%3Anull%7D">MATATO Maldives Travel Awards</a>.

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SCUBADIVER THROUGH THE LENS ISSUE 2/2014, TTL No.10 IS OUT ON NEWSSTAND!
Four Seasons

In Folio: Thomas P. Peschak
TP: My love affair with the ocean began the moment I put my head under the water. I started snorkelling at the age of six and began diving at 12. At the same time I immersed myself in the work of Jacques Cousteau and the early underwater stories by David Doubilet in National Geographic magazine. The ocean was this irresistible lure that would just not go away and I wanted to experience for myself what I was experiencing on TV or on the printed page.

I took my first underwater photographs at age 12 with a bright yellow Minolta Weathermatic and I got my first serious underwater camera at age 16. My parents gave me a Nikonos V for my birthday and that day changed my life.

Photo © Thomas P. Peschak
Settings: f/5.0, 1/50s, ISO 800
Photo description:Night-time in the Gulf of Tadjoura, Djibouti, and a young whale shark feeds on the zooplankton attracted to the light of a fishing boat. This is the only place in the world where this feeding behaviour has been documented

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