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Our wetnotes section is full of stories from above and below the sea, with many contributions from valuable members of the diving community and beyond. We bring you the latest news on what really matters to you, and to us.

What Do I Pack for a Dive Holiday?

Packing for a dive holiday can feel a bit daunting, especially if it’s for a country you haven't dived before. We are here to make your life easy with our comprehensive guide for what to take (and what not to take!) on your dive holiday.


Cal Major, vet, ocean advocate and world-record stand up paddleboard adventurer, set off on her most ambitious journey yet, an 800 mile journey of discovery paddleboarding and snorkelling around Scotland's wild and dramatic coastline.

Changing the Gender Narrative

Love The Oceans seek out passionate individuals within local communities in Mozambique and provide them with training and resources to protect their local ocean environment. We support Love The Oceans champions in Mozambique to become divers and ambassadors of the ocean.

Exploring Davíðsgjá

Nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Iceland, where rugged terrain meets crystal-clear waters, lies a dive site that seems like a slice of paradise for adventure-seeking souls – Davíðsgjá. On a recent expedition to this remarkable location, we had the privilege of immersing ourselves in the natural wonders of Lake Thingvellir, and we took our flagship drysuit, the Argonaut 3.0, along for the ride.

Paying it Forward

Jill Heinerth talks about mentorship, perseverance, and the power of community. Follow Jill and Environmental Scientist, Kayla Martin on a diving expedition to Les Escoumins, Canada

Drones and the fight against ghost gear

Fourth Element has teamed up with ARRI (Aerial Recon and Recovery Initiative) to fight ghost gear. ARRI is a project dedicated to the study of abandoned, lost, and discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) and its impacts on marine ecosystems. They use aerial surveying via drone, coupled with action by local recovery and recycling teams, marine conservation organisations and dive centres, to restore coastal marine environments.

Welcome to the Zoo(plankton)

Henley Spiers explores the dense bloom of zooplankton in Shetland at night. Plankton lies at the base of the aquatic food chain, fundamental to the more celebrated life that sits above it. It takes two forms: phytoplankton is composed of microscopic plants, whereas zooplankton is formed by tiny animals.

Part of the Pod

Inspecting us with their powerful click (sonar), we'll either be accepted into the sperm whale's pod, sharing some truly unforgettable moments; or they'll simply leave, plunging far into the deep or swimming hundreds of metres away...

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