Category Archive: General

Sep 22

Red Moki – Chirodactylus spectabilis

Red Moki - Imagery from Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand

One of the more common fish we see on our local dives is Red Moki. If you are diving in north New Zealand, most divers would be unlucky to not find one, however many don’t know they are one of the more interesting fish we have.  These fish aren’t usually afraid of divers and will …

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Sep 14

OceanReef Integrated Dive Mask (IDM)

OceanReef Predator

Once the reserve of only Professional or Military divers, OceanReef has now delivered to the Recreational community a line of full face masks or ‘Integrated Dive Masks’ with all the options and performance expected with an off the shelf product. It has been many a year since I’d strapped my head into a bucket in …

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Sep 09

Eagle and Sting Rays

Sting Rays & Eagle Rays are some of the more common creatures we see on our local dives. There is also a common cause of confusion when determining the differences between the two. It is not uncommon for divers and swimmers alike to have an undeserved fear of these amazing rays.  Both Stingrays and Eagle Rays behave similarly, they both …

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Aug 14

Atomic Blade Fins

If you want a pair of fins that do everything, look no further than the Atomic Blade fins. These fins come in a plethora of colors for those who like to ‘match it up’. They also have standard Atomic Fin straps, although these can be upgraded to Atomic’s quick release stainless steel spring strap. The fins themselves …

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Aug 02

Oceanic VEO 4.0 Console

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The Oceanic Veo 4.0 is an easy to use entry level wrist or console mounted computer. The Veo 4.0 is sleek and yet still packed with features. The Veo 4.0 features Bluetooth Technology to connect any mobile device to your DiverLog+ app so that you can track, manage and share all of your dive data. …

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Mar 22

Shop opening hours and dive trips this Easter Weekend.

This Easter Long week these are our shop opening hours, so if you need any gear for the weekend make sure to come see us on Thursday. Still got spaces on our trips to Sail Rock and the Mokohinaus on Saturday and Sunday, if you keen give us a call on 094269834. Enjoy the weekend and …

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Oct 25

Waikato River Dive Against Debris

So, we have just completed our Dive Against Debris in the upper reaches of the Waikato River between Cheery Island and Reids Farm in Taupo. This has to be one of the most beautiful areas of New Zealand with the town wrapped around  the northern part of the spectacular Lake Taupo and the snow covered …

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Aug 20

NEW Dive Boat – Whakaari Express

We are pleased to announce that our new 8.5m dive boat, Whakaari Express, recently passed it’s survey for 12 divers and 2 crew. “Whakaari” is the Moari name for “White Island”, as this boat was originally set up to take sightseers out to White Island from Whakatane…so it is very strongly built and travels comfortably …

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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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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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