Tag Archive: PADI Advanced Course

Mar 29

Diving the Outpost and Daniels Reef

We headed out on Friday afternoon with 7 keen divers to explore the Leigh Coast. 10-15 knot winds and a 1m swell limited our options, but we were still able to tuck into the Outpost for our first dive. We immediately dropped on to a large stingray which was cruising along the sand at 12m …

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Mar 26

Night Dive at Wellington Reef

7 keen divers assembled at Army Bay tonight after work and geared up to head out to Wellington Reef for a night dive. It was a calm night with a bright moon, but the large swells over the weekend had left the visability a little murky. There was plenty to see with many fish tucked …

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Mar 24

Diving the Waikato Wreck at Tutukaka

A quick trip up to Tutukaka today to dive the Waikato Wreck. We moored directly above the wreck for 2 excellent dives. A 12 knot easterly wind made conditions a little choppy on the surface, but it was all smooth sailing once we got under the water. Mark took 4 students on their Deep and …

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Mar 14

Diving at Tawharanui Marine Reserve

Last Sunday morning we meet at Mathessons Bay for Jerry, Mimi, Mike and Logan to complete 2 dives on the PADI Advanced Open Water Course. Also, Shaun and Lelani joined the group for a bit of photography, trial their new Oceanic VT3 computers and dive with nitrox for the first time after completing their course. …

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Mar 04

Diving the Mokohinaus Islands

18 keen divers from Dive HQ Hibiscus Coast assembled at Leigh on Sunday morning at 8am to board Apollo and head out to the Mokoninaus for a days diving. It was a clear day with slight seas and a 6 knot W wind. After 1 hour 15 minutes cruising we arrived at Simpsons Rock, a …

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Dec 09

Tutukaka and the Waikato Wreck

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Another awesome weekend up at Tutukaka. We headed out on Saturday with Yukon charters for a days diving and then took out our boat on the Sunday to dive the Waikato wreck. Congratulations to all those that completed there Adavanced Open Water course. A big thanks to Grant Hanly for helping out that weekend !

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