Scuba Diver AustralAsia – Singapore’s Primary and Best Scuba Diving Magazine!

Scuba Diver – Through The Lens, is the world’s first international print underwater photography magazine and Scuba Diver AustralAsia was launched in 1981. Together these magazines are published 8 times a year: 4 of each magazine. They are published by Asian Geographic Magazines Pvt. Ltd. with the issues having a readership of 90,000 across 48 countries, as on April 2009.

Scuba Diver AustralAsia is the official publication of the PADI Diving Society in the Asia Pacific as it reaches out to more than 200,000 newly certified divers a year in the same region, and to approximately 1,000 PADI International Resort & Retailer Associations (IRRA).

Since 2007, the magazine has been distributed in Brazil, Europe, Japan, Noumea, Papua New Guinea, South Korea, Tonga Vanuatu, Canada, Fiji, Mauritius, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the United Kingdom. It is also available on board all flights and in the lounges of Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Sri Lankan Airlines and Malaysian Airlines. With over 25 years in the business, it has the cumulative experience to make it a leader in its category.

The Scuba Diver magazine is vibrant and informative, offering all the wants and needs of a modern diver. A Scuba Diver magazine subscription gives divers access to information on exploring fascinating oceans and encountering living creatures present in it. Major diving destinations in the Pacific Ocean, Australia and beyond are mentioned in the magazine, including diving news, new discoveries, environmental news, natural spectacles, and diver-focused topics. You will find that only the best diving news from around the world and articles feature in this magazine to ensure that it is of the highest standards. Only the world’s best underwater journalists, photographers, videographers, and features imagery are allowed to feature in this magazine.

Scuba Diver Through The Lens is dedicated to underwater photography and videography. It is compiled and delivered by DivePhotoGuide.com, Edition Fifty Fathoms, and Scuba Diver AustralAsia. It has come to be known as Asia’s premier dive magazine; DivePhotoGuide.com is a world leader in underwater photography media and Edition Fifty Fathoms is a prestigious art photo magazine collectible. The magazine is designed with the purpose to educate the global diving community on techniques, equipment and travel destinations; the world’s leading underwater photographers and videographers are also featured here.

The magazine supports and promotes environmental research to foster environmental awareness, exploration to increase scientific knowledge, and conservation projects with the objective of promoting preservation ethics across Asia and Australia. Because of its quality content, a large readership of active and enthusiastic divers are attracted to the magazine. Also, the magazine covers the best dive spots around the world and reaches out to new divers who are looking to spend on new scuba equipment, new holiday destinations, and new photo equipment, giving them the best advice.

Matt Weiss is the publisher and editor of DivePhotoGuide.com; he takes care of the Americas and the Caribbean region. Dietmar W. Fuchs is the publisher and editor of Edition Fifty Fathoms; he takes care of the European and African regions and, Ian Seldrup is the contributing editor to the Asian, Australian and Pacific regions.

With a Scuba Diver digital subscription you can read a copy of Scuba Diver digital magazine, which has the same content and design as the printed magazine, on your iOS, Android, Windows mobile and desktop devices. Some magazines come as PDF replicas, but some others are available with videos clips, audio clips, links, and other interactive content. Grab a copy of the magazine and gain all knowledge and experience from this more than informative magazine as you come on-board the go-green movement.
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Papua New Guinea – Sun Princess Cruise

Sun Princess Cruise April 2015
Sydney, Alotau, Doini Island, Kiriwina, Rabaul, Honiara, Brisbane. Returned to Sydney by air.

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