Welcome to one of the world's leading marine specialist magazines. UltraMarine caters for all aspects of the marine fish hobby, from absolute beginner to the most advanced aquarist. Here's what one of our subscribers told us recently:
... enjoyed reading the magazine and found it to be very professional and informative with great photography." Mike, London.
UltraMarine's outstanding images and inspirational content will leave you full of ideas for your own aquarium, and will be an essential tool in guiding you through new set-ups, maintenance, stocking and equipment choices, and tank health.
Our own inspiration stems from a wide appreciation beyond the borders of our marine tanks, often tackling issues surrounding oceanography so that we can better understand our captive environments.
Our contributors boast a level of knowledge and experience second to none in the world, offering the reader new perspectives and insights into the hobby.
This magazine gives you 84-plus PAGES of high quality articles and photography, from top quality contributors.
As I wrote up the piece on the new XR15wPro from EcoTech I couldn’t help but consider how far this hobby has come. I don’t want to sound like a boring old man here, but I can remember when T8 tubes were desirable pieces of kit. In fact my second ever tank, that I bought from a friend of my father’s came with a few holes for sixty watt bulbs in the hood, though it also had iron frames and the glass was held in by putty. However it held a Java moss infested Amazonian (sort of) system that I was very proud of.
Today of course we can sit on the sofa, touch a piece of shiny glass with a computer behind it and tailor the exact spectra of our tanks to reflect our mood and aesthetics…oh and the needs of our aquariums of course! I jest, but the point remains we have travelled a long road.
I wonder if in thirty years’ time nanobots will scavenge organics from our systems and mini camera equipped hermits will stream video to our implants as they keep an eye on our chip-implanted fish?
OK probably not, but could any of us have predicted the kit we have today?
- Review: Radion XR15wPro - Richard gets to play with this eagerly awaited LED from EcoTech.
- Gianluca Favata's Fabulous Marine Aquarium - Danilo Ronchi meets a stunning 750 litre reef tank.
- The Common Cleaner Shrimps - It might not be everyone's favourite activity but if you're a shrimp then being a cleaner is the key to a good living.
- Japan's Marine Cornucopia - Richard Smith explores Japan's rich marine diversity.
- Calcium Reactors – Understanding the Basics - Richard Aspinall runs through the basics of setting up a calcium reactor.
- Review: Cubic Orbit 20 Jellyfish Aquarium - Richard looks at this great desk-top system designed to offer an entry point into the world of keeping jellies.
- Fishes in Focus: Meet the Oddballs - John Clipperton focuses on a few of the oddballs in this issue's Fishes in Focus.
And much, much more!
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We are happy to announce that UltraMarine Magazine is now available as a digital edition, via the Apple Newsstand, Android Market, Pocketmags and other major platforms.
There are currently 10 issues available digitally, from Issue 39 backwards. We will be adding every one of our published issues, right back to Issue 1, over the next month or two.
We like to give our readers choice, so in the next week or so you will be able to read UltraMarine Magazine on your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android device, Kindle Fire, Windows 8 device and Blackberry Playbook – so you certainly won’t be short of options!
You will be able to purchase single issues, or an annual or half-year subscription – again,giving you the choice to suit your pocket and your needs.
And to continue the theme of choices, we will absolutely not forget that many people prefer to buy, read and collect the printed issues, so UltraMarine Magazine will continue to be published in both print and digital formats.
If you have any questions about the digital or print editions of UltraMarine Magazine, please contact us via our website (www.ultramarinemagazine.com) our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/ultramarinemag) or by email or telephone -- see our contact page. We’re always happy to speak to subscribers, and you will always find a friendly voice at the other end of the line – give us a call!
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I like the way the mag is put together. Stunning photography, easy to read, interesting articles that inform and educate, whilst not taking itself too seriously. A must-read magazine for aquarists of all abilities.
Director Ecoreef UK
Ultramarine Magazine is a great way to find out what is happening in the marine aquarium hobby; for background reference as well as keen travelogues to places we hobbyists would like to visit. Ultramarine provides a forum for all the UK; with listings of specialty shops and stockists, as well as current product reviews of saltwater gear. Am very happy to be associated with the fine folks contributing content and rendering it to their readership.
Bob Fenner, USA
Aquarist and Author
Aquarium keeping is a fantastic hobby! It brings you closer to nature and helps you learn a lot about the many interactions that go on in aquatic habitats, whether it is on the coral reefs, in the Amazon River or in the Great Lakes of Africa. But as you spend a lot of money on equipment, fish, plants and invertebrates, you should spend some time reading and making yourself a theoretical platform on which you can run your tanks and maintain your livestock. UltraMarine is from my point of view the best aquarium-orientated magazine in UK today. It has a broad spectrum of articles, an excellent and modern layout, and lets you know what other aquarium enthusiasts are doing.
Alf J. Nilsen, Norway
Author of Reef Secrets