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

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

Scuba Diver – Through The Lens is the world's first international print magazine for underwater photography. Scuba Diver AustralAsia was released in 1981. Together, these magazines appear 8 times a year: 4 from each magazine. They are produced by Asian Geographic Magazines Pvt. Ltd. with issues with a readership of 90,000 in 48 countries, as of April 2009.

Scuba Diver AustralAsia is the official publication of the PADI Diving Society in the Asia-Pacific region. It targets more than 200,000 newly certified divers per year in the same region and approximately 1,000 PADI International Resort & Retailer Associations (IRRA).

Since 2007, the magazine has been available 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 of industry experience, the company has the experience to be a leader in its category.

The Scuba Diver Magazine is lively and informative and offers all the desires and needs of a modern diver. Subscribing to the Scuba Diver Magazine offers divers access to information about exploring fascinating oceans and encountering living things. Important diving destinations in the Pacific Ocean, Australia and beyond are mentioned in the magazine, including scuba diving news, new discoveries, environmental news, natural goggles, and scuba-related topics. You will find that this magazine contains only the best diving news from around the world and articles to ensure it meets the highest standards. Only the best underwater journalists, photographers, videographers and imagery in the world can be represented in this magazine.

Scuba Diver Through The Lens is dedicated to underwater photography and videography. It is assembled and delivered by, Edition Fifty Fathoms and Scuba Diver AustralAsia. It has become known as Asia's leading dive magazine. is a world leader in underwater photography media and Edition Fifty Fathoms is a renowned art magazine for collectors. The magazine was designed to educate the global diving community about techniques, equipment and travel destinations. The world's leading underwater photographers and videographers will also be introduced here.

The magazine supports and promotes environmental research to promote environmental awareness, research and conservation projects with the aim of promoting conservation ethics across Asia and Australia. Due to its high quality content, the magazine attracts a large readership of active and enthusiastic divers. In addition, the magazine covers the best dive sites in the world and caters to new divers who want to buy new dive equipment, new holiday destinations and new photographic equipment to give them the best advice.

Matt Weiss is the publisher and publisher of He cares about America and the Caribbean. Dietmar W. Fuchs is publisher and publisher of Edition Fifty Fathoms; He looks after the European and African regions and Ian Seldrup is the contributing editor for the Asian, Australian and Pacific regions.

With a digital subscription to Scuba Diver, you can read a copy of the digital magazine for Scuba Diver that 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, others are available with video clips, audio clips, links, and other interactive content. Get a copy of the magazine and gather all the knowledge and experience from this more informative magazine as you board the Go Green movement.

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