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December 2016 Contents

2016 has been a stinker of a year. Our best-loved musicians and entertainers are dropping like flies. Political uncertainty and polarisation seem to be sweeping the globe. Even the new season of ‘The Walking Dead’ is awful. Don’t take it any more. Fight back. Make 2016 great again. Rekindle your passion for the underwater world!

This is the latest Dive The World newsletter, full of interesting morsels of news and excitement! Custom-built to pull you out of your funk!

Find out about our amazing experience on a Red Sea liveaboard diving trip this year. Let us inspire you with travel suggestions to places that are at their best in the coming months. Learn all about the amazing reef predator that is the trevally. Educate yourself about the consequences of heart disease for divers. Fun, facts and fascination...

Could a whale shark enrich your Red Sea liveaboard experience?

Dive News:

• What has been going down at Dive The World?

Features:

• Where is the best diving over the next few months?

• Diving and heart disease - can the show go on?

• Trevallies - voracious reef predators

• Check out our Red Sea dive trip report on MY Blue Seas

Diving News

New Dive The World liveaboards

Saba & St Kitts: MV Caribbean Explorer II

Turks & Caicos: Turks & Caicos Explorer II

Dominican Republic: Turks & Caicos Explorer II

Thailand: MV Sawasdee Fasai

New website features

Based on visitor feedback we are busy updating lots of our website features. Have you noticed the new masthead carousel of images when you land on our site? How about the easy-to-use mega menu that appears when you use our main navigation? Or our new and improved liveaboard search box?

We have made some good changes and there are plenty more to come. So watch this space and thanks for all your feedback!

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