Triton Magazines, 1961–1962


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Triton bi-monthly magazines in official Triton folders. All copies have been hole-punched.
Black cloth spine and blue faux leather binder with silver title ‘triton’ debossed on the spine.
Folder: 205 mm x 278 mm x 45 mm (approx. 8 in x 11 in x 2 in).

January–February: Archaeological treasures of the Mediterranean; underwater fishing – past, present, future; Exploring the Azores; Diving in Cyprus; Eddystone 1960; Manta ray.
March–April: Diving at Kariba; Friendly and delicious octopus; Tobermory story;In the shadow of Yr Wyddfa. Underwater cine expedition.
May–June: Groupers and golf balls; Fishing around Great Britain; Frogman Club of Turkey; Our Royal President makes his first visit to the club; Diving in the Netherlands.
July–August: From Wales to Malta; Launching of the Lorelei; Diving tragedy at Man o- War Bay; Welcome HMS Terror to the fold.
September–October: Full story of the Hannes Keller dive which has made history; Swiss watch that buzzes warning to divers; Crockery 2,400 years old; Trip to Tata; New miniature submarine.Clubs adopt BSAC standards; World spearfishing Championships.

January–February: World Congress of Underwater Activities; Amphora addicts; London Underwater Research Group on holiday; Underwater photography.
March–April: The underwater forest; Life jackets; Light and filters; tragic death of diver at Sheringham, Norfolk; The stone ships.
May–June: Mouth to mouth; Channel dive 1961; Ice!; So you want to run a diving school. Flies of the sea. What can the amateur diver so?
July–August: (The top quarter of page 9 has been cut out.) Exhibition – Man under the sea; Church bells under the sea; Medical examination of underwater swimmers. Heinke competition.
September–October: Smaller brown seaweeds; Diving in Czechoslovakia; The bridge came a-tumbling down; The coastline of Sussex; Be ‘in time’ to prevent catastrophe; British diving sites.
November–December: (small piece missing from bottom of cover). Second World Congress edition; The challenge to the scientists, underground diving, photography, archaeology, British spear fishing.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 30 × 24 × 5 cm