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  1. Rebreather Try Dives — November 18, 2014
  2. Poseidon Se7en Rebreather Courses — October 21, 2014
  3. Dive Club Meeting – September 2014 — September 23, 2014
  4. Hollis Explorer Rebreathers find new homes ! — August 30, 2014
  5. More Rebreathers Arrive In Store ! — August 22, 2014

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Nov 18

Rebreather Try Dives

Members of the Water Junkie Dive Club turned up at Stanmore Bay Leisure Center to try out some of the latest diving technology…the newly released Hollis Explorer and Poseidon Se7en rebreathers. These units are specifically designed for recreational divers making them safe and easy to use, but giving you all the benefits that rebreathers have …

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Oct 21

Poseidon Se7en Rebreather Courses

A big congratulations to Ian Cooper from New Plymouth on completing his Poseidon Se7en rebreather course. It was a pleasure working with you to tick off rebreather diving from your bucket list…when your shiny new unit arrives shortly I look forward to joining you on your boat to explore those secret pinnacles off the west …

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Sep 23

Dive Club Meeting – September 2014

A big thanks to Alex Stammers for presenting a slide show of local Hibiscus Coast dive sites and sharing some of your photography tips. We were all astounded by the subjects and colour found on our doorstep at our local dive sites. We’re looking forward to having you back some time to view your Poor …

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Aug 30

Hollis Explorer Rebreathers find new homes !

Congratulations to 6 new rebreather divers on passing their TDI Hollis Explorer Rebreather course – Richard Chitty, Michael O’loughlin, Claire Murphy, Mark Robinson, Shane Thompson and Dave Drane. We completed the courses at Leigh and Taupo. We now have Hollis Explorer Rebreathers in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. View Photo Gallery:

Aug 22

More Rebreathers Arrive In Store !

7 new Hollis Explorer Rebreathers just arrived in store, along with 640kg of sofnolime. 5 of these units already have happy homes in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland. Contact us for the more information and try dive events coming soon. These rebreathers are uniquely designed for recreational diving and very simple to use and set up, …

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Aug 16

Fiji Dive Trip

Yet another thoroughly enjoyable dive trip to explore the Bligh Waters in Fiji. The diving highlights were again in Vat-i-ra, an area of reefs lying between the 2 largest Fijian Islands of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, in the Bligh Straits. This particular area is situated next to deep water and subject to strong currents …

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Aug 15

25% off Atomic Cobalt Computer

$1,495 – 25% off, normally $1,995 Atomic are bringing out the new Cobalt 2 air integrated computer for the new season. The Cobalt 2 has some minor improvements on the very successful Cobalt computer, which presently leads the way in the market in hose connected air integrated computers: While stocks last we have a special …

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Aug 11

CCR Mixed Gas Instructor Course

A big congratulations to Bob Thompson who travelled from Australia to complete his TDI CCR Mixed Gas Instructor Course in the Inspiration/Evolution rebreather. Bob is now qualified to teach rebreather divers on trimix to a maximum depth of 60m. Between the skills and drills we managed a nice long dive on the Waikato Wreck. It …

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Jul 30

Waikato Wreck, Tutukaka

Our full-time tertiary students made a couple of mid-week dives on the Waikato Wreck out of Tutukaka. The weather was perfect and with 15m+ visability there were plenty of happy divers.

Jul 27

Diving the Canterbury Wreck, Bay of Islands

We timed the weather well as we shot up to the Bay of Islands and managed to rack up more wreck dives on the Canterbury wreck in Deep Water Cove. Our full and part-time tertiary students are only a couple of wreck dives short of the 10 required for their Wreck Instructor specialty. Nick and …

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