Underwater Journal joins with SDI TDI

 
Sample pages from issue 13The SDI Group is proud to announce that The Underwater Journal, A Diving Adventure Magazine is now the official dive publication of SDI and TDI.
 
"The association between our company and Underwater Journal will help us both to promote responsible diving, and the wonderful adventures waiting underwater, to a broad audience worldwide," stated Steve Lewis, director marketing and corporate communications for SDI, TDI and ERDI.
 
As a result of this partnership, the Underwater Journal will now be distributed to more than 70,000 subscribers. In addition, the affiliation with SDI/TDI enables the Underwater Journal to deliver an even wider range of information and topics to more people with like minds – those who see the ocean as our playground.
 
This announcement coincides with the launch of the Underwater Journal’s 13th issue, which can be downloaded by right clicking:
 
 
 
As always, the Underwater Journal is available free to all who love diving and the underwater world, and no trees are killed – or harsh chemicals expelled into the world’s waters – to produce this magazine.   www.underwaterjournal.com
 
Inside this issue:
Dive on the M/V Castor – Sometimes a great wreck dive swarming with marine life is no further than your own backyard – especially if you live in South Florida.
Beyond the Basics: Going Wreck Tech – A TDI Advanced Wreck Diver Program prepares divers to better handle the variables and reap the rewards of wreck exploration.
Turks & Caicos Aggrressor II – Enjoying the good life on board the Turks & Caicos Islands premiere live-aboard.
Inon 45-Degree Finder – Hands on review of Inon’s 45-degree view finder, and what it could do to improve your underwater housed system.
Mantas of Manihi – A look at a tiny corner of French Polynesia’s Tuamotu Archipelago, and the opportunities it provides for a fully natural dive experience.
Dive Tek & Cobalt Coast – Doug Ebersole gets in a little family time on Grand Cayman at a rec-to-tech dive retreat.
Dive Log: UNEXSO’S Dolphin Dive Experience – What’s it like to dive with a dolphin almost all to yourself? We show and tell all.
Parting Shot: What one photographer found while night diving far offshore in the Gulf Stream.
 
 
Underwater Journal (UWJ) is a Diving Adventure Magazine devoted to all things aquatic – from every level of diving to the leading edge of ocean exploration and research. It’s “green,” online format offers factual, realistic coverage of destinations, equipment and techniques rarely addressed in conventional print publications. UWJ’s goal is to bring readers free information about the wonders of our water planet, with content that is current, useful and motivating. Underwater Journal is the official publication of Scuba Diving International and Technical Diving International, and is included in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Information Exchange for Marine Educators Archive of Journals. The Underwater Journal is published by Aquafield Communications, LLC. All content is protected copyright © 2009. For more information, visit www.underwaterjournal.com or contact info@uwjournal.com.

 

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