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Feb 08

Hovering

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The Hover, as opposed to neutral buoyancy (because we’re all tired of talking about that – right?) Ok – they are in effect the same. Ever seen a student (or certified diver) compensate for poor buoyancy by peddling their fins … of course you have. There’s a HUGE percentage of the recreational diving community that …

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Jan 27

Diving the Aldermans

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We gathered at the wharf road boat ramp in the quaint town of Tairua. A plaque nearby outlined the small towns demise upon the collapse of the logging industry in the early 20th century. The town has done remarkably well since then and a┬ánear new boat ramp takes us down the river mouth to the …

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Jan 29

Over night trip to Great Barrier Island with an Advanced course thrown in for good measure.

 

Nov 17

New Spring RAIDers

  Pleased to announce our latest group of RAID Level 1 Scuba Divers. Such a great and exciting bunch of Kiwi guys and gals! They absolutely smashed the Pool section of the course… Don’t forget to check out our website for upcoming dates for courses and trips, we have some great destinations lined up! http://kiwiscubadivers.co.nz …

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Sep 20

Great Barrier Trip

Yesterday was a fantastic window to take our new boat ‘Whakaari Express’ out to Great Barrier. On board was 8 RAID Open Water students, all taking full advantage, and completing their course somewhere a bit different. We also had a couple of keen Cray hunters too… Luckily we had lovely flat water and nice weather …

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