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X-Ray Mag #15 is online now! And ready for download.

Discussion in 'Scuba Industry News' started by X-ray Mag, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. X-ray Mag

    X-ray Mag Scuba Media & Publications

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    The magazine is free... It's complimentary:
    Download from here: http://www.xray-mag.com - size 15Mb



    Here's a overview of the 97 full spreads of COOL stuff in this, our Cave Diving extravaganza issue:


    Travel: Mexico's Riviera Maya -- Discover the secrets of the ancient Mayan underworld as we explore the cenotes of the Yucat√°n with fabulous photography by Andrey Bizyukin of Russia and Brigitte Verdman and J P Bresser of the Netherlands.

    Another adventure takes us to the deepest cave in the world -- Voronya Cave of the Caucasus.


    We discuss the practical and theoretical aspects of cave diving: Learn from the pros what it takes to start and develop your game in cave diving, what equipment is required, tip and tricks the professionals use and what wonders and experiences you can find along the way...


    Meet Bill Stone, the pioneer cave diver and explorer working with the National Geographic Project and speaking of his plunges into the bowels of the earth...


    Gain insight into penetration of a luxury cruise liner turned battleship as celebrated tech expert Cerdric Verdier takes on a tour of the SS President Coolidge


    Grapple with the hidden health benefits of sea kelp with our Norwegian colleague Arnold Weiss and the wonders of underwater visibilty with our science editor, Michael Symes... what is all that cloudy stuff?


    We also take a closer look at Regulators. How do they work, what to look for when buying a new regulator, how to avoid and handle free flow, and much, much more!.


    Need a cuddle from a diver this Valentines?
    Check out the "Valentines Day Gift" section with gifts that will please the most hardy sea lover
    And finally we have a plea:
    Help stop the trade in shark fins: Please sign the petition

    This month's Ocean Art: Aquatic Batik Beauties
    Batik artist Sue Duda is also a diver and gets her inspiration from the lucent landscapes of the underwater world and the creatures of the sea. Browse through her stunning portfolio of colourful and cheerful ocean batiks featuring all sorts of neon tropical fish and coral reef formations vivid enough to please any diver's eye. Originals and prints available direct from the artist and through The X-RAY MAG Store and Ocean Arts Galery where a percent of all sales goes to ocean conservation.

    Download from here: http://www.xray-mag.com - size 15Mb

     

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  2. ScubaNewsGuy

    ScubaNewsGuy Scuba Media & Publications

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    For those who know, X-Ray does their homework. Check them out. Good job keep it up.

    Doug
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  3. Spratman

    Spratman Loggerhead Turtle

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    Location: Near Allentown, PA
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    Had a European guy that is in our dive club post a link for a article. As Doug says, they do their research. Read through most of the issue, and sign up for a subscription! Great mag!

    More substance, less fluff and advertising....
     

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