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Date registered: July 14, 2015

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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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  3. Poseidon Discovery MkVI rebreather course in Fiji — 1 comment

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Oct 22

ENRICHED AIR NITROX – PADI`s Most Popular Specialty

What is Enriched Air Nitrox? Nitrox is a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen.  For recreational scuba diving, nitrox is usually a mixture of 21%-40% oxygen with the remainder being nitrogen.  A particular mix of nitrox is referred to by the percentage of oxygen in the mixture.  So for example, the most common mix Nitrox 32 …

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Oct 08

Tertiary Students pass their Instructor Exams

Well, after a hard year of study most of our tertiary students have sat and passed their Instructor Exams and are just about ready to venture out into the diving world as fully fledged PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructors and official Awesome Dudes (and Dudettes) As usual the Instructor Development Course leading up to the …

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Sep 12

Southern Right Whale

The southern right whale (Eubalaena australis) is a baleen whale, one of three species classified as right whales. Like other right whales, the southern right whale is readily distinguished from others by the callosites on its head, a broad back without a dorsal fin, and a long arching mouth that begins above the eye. Its …

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Sep 08

Up Close and Personal with Mother and Baby Whale

Two rare southern right whales have been spotted hugging the coastline of Auckland’s North Shore suburbs and up the coast with reports that the large female was calving in Brown’s Bay. There are only 2100 in New Zealand, and at this time of year they’re usually found in the sub-Antarctic Auckland Islands breeding ground. However, …

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Aug 25

2012-08-18 Fiji Trip

Fiji – soft coral capital of the world and we were going there for a week of diving, sun and lots of fun.  It was mid August and the winter in NZ was making us yearn for some tropical diving, so we packed our bags, got on a plane, bus and boat to reach our …

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Jul 06

Diving at the Alderman Islands

So, we have had our mid-winter trip and this year the club night consensus was to head out to the Alderman Islands and hopefully dive the Honeycomb Caves. Our last two trips to the Alderman Islands had weather that was definitely not conducive to diving the caves but this time we had good luck and …

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May 28

2012-05-25 Cavalli Islands and Rainbow Warrior

16 spectacular dives over 4 days were enjoyed by 24 divers. The visibility was extraordinary and we could see the wreck of the Rainbow Warrior from the surface as we pulled up and peered over the side of our dive boat. Photo Gallery of Cavalli islands and Rainbow Warrior::

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