Author

Trevor Sanford

Writer

Trevor came to diving late after getting a job at a scuba-training agency. He is a Master Scuba Diver and trimix diver with a particular interest in sidemount diving. Having dived in European fresh water, the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Red Sea, he particularly loves Dahab. Next up on his to do list are rebreathers and exploring more mountain lakes and caves.

Stories by Trevor
Edge of Existence
Conservation In the Water

Sharks and Rays Added to Famed Conservation List

The Zoological Society of London’s (ZSL) famous Edge of Existence program has added sharks and rays to its list of threatened species.

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Night Dive
In the Water Stories Training

Five Great Night Dive Experiences

After the sun goes down it’s a whole new world underwater. Here are five great night dive experiences you don’t want to miss.

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Lake Lucerne
Dive Locations

Dive Site: Lake Lucerne

Lovely Lake Lucerne is in the central part of Switzerland, surrounded by mountains. What’s it like as a dive site?

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deoxygenation
Conservation News

Deoxygenation in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters

By now we know of the serious issues caused by plastics in the world’s oceans, but there is another problem facing the planet’s oceans: deoxygenation.

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New stuff
wreck diving in Europe

Best Wreck Diving in Europe

In the last of our six-part series on the world’s most dive-able wrecks, we’re highlighting the best wreck diving in Europe.
by Juanita Pienaar
ornate ghost pipefish

Marine Species: Ghost Pipefish

Within the pipefish family, ghost pipefish are something special, and always a treat to see on a dive. Here we’ll look at four well-known species.
by Hélène Reynaud
Ashkhabad

Preserving America’s Underwater Battlefield: the Ashkhabad

This year, Scuba Diver Life and NOAA are partnering to profile 12 different ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. This month we’ll visit the Ashkhabad.
by Rebecca Strauss
Reef Rescue Network

The Reef Rescue Network

The Perry Institute for Marine Science is a nonprofit organization committed to protecting the oceans. To that end, they’ve created the Reef Rescue Network.
by Hayley-Jo Carr