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The latest issue of the Underwater Journal delves into the mystery of a WWII-era Helldiver aircraft that was recently discovered off the coast of Jupiter, Florida. Was it a victim of the Bermuda Triangle, or a casualty of war? Through a combination of exclusive photography and detailed research, the UWJ team narrows the search and seeks plausible answers.

 

 

 

Also in the issue are updates on Grand Cayman's Kittiwake one year after its sinking, and on Bonaire's popular Salt Pier Dive, which has seen access curtailed in recent years, but remains available to divers in the know. Closer to home, the editors report on one of South Florida's most popular shallow wrecks, while correspondent Mike Bartick details the adventures that await in Raja Ampat.

A new one-atmosphere deep diving suit is revealed, and our test divers review their favorite 3mm wetsuit. Be sure to catch the DAN Column on Emergency Action Plans to get your dive year started off on a safe track, and visit Caradonna Worldwide Dive Adventures for more updates on diving activities on Bonaire and the Cayman Islands.

 

There’s so much more to enjoy and learn, download your issue today. As always, we appreciate your support and encouragement!

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