I have talked about, and thought about, creating a Scuba Bucket List on a couple of occasions but I have never got past creating the title for the list. In the back of my mind there are places that I would like to go and things that I would like to see but I’ve always thought that I would get there and see them one of these days so the list never More >
There are many factors to consider when planning a day’s diving.
The weather and climate are just some of these factors. New Zealand is one of the most difficult countries in the world More >
Scuba Sunday is a feature on scuba divers both here in New Zealand and some of the divers I have come in to contact with from all over the world.
Today’s Scuba Sunday is an extraordinary dive guide and an amazing underwater photographer – he spends more time in the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve than I do – its Kent Ericksen.
Kent is one of More >
The air temperature might be dropping but the water is still warm!
I had another amazing day pleasure diving in the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve with a Yukon Dive Charters boat load of friends.
Over the next couple of days it will be quite busy around here!
I’ll be posting a couple of trip reports, some underwater photographs, some video More >
Good Friday was to be my first day off in …. lots and lots and lots of days. Work during the week and then teaching on the weekend meant March was a really long month for me. When I was teaching theory last weekend, Deralie popped in and managed to convince (bent my jelly like rubber arm) both myself and Marty to join her and Anna for a days More >
When you spend a lot of time in the water, a cold is inevitable.
It is also inevitable that you will ask yourself at one time or another “Can I dive with this cold”.
Now we all know that we shouldn’t dive with a cold. But why is it not recommended?
As we descend, and during our dive, we need to equalise. Congestion, in the form of a head cold or More >