When: Sunday 15th December
Where: Dive Dive Dive Whangarei and the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve
Come and join myself and the team from Dive Dive Dive on a fun day starting with an Underwater Photography Workshop offering you the chance to get all your photo questions answered and improve your underwater photography skills.
This workshop is More >
On Saturday morning I posted a photograph on the Dive Mistress Facebook page. I thought about pressing the post button for a few moments as the photograph was actually quite upsetting.
//Post by Dive Mistress.
187 days dry. My Shearwater Petrel was scolding me. A lot has happened in those months and diving took a back seat. Some times More >
The DEMA show is a once a year international trade-only event for the diving, action water sports and travel industries. Thousands of dive professionals spend a few days perusing hundreds of exhibits featuring the dive equipment manufacturers, travel destinations, water sports apparel, and other services and attending seminars on state of the More >
This is a guest post by James Croker.
New Zealanders are blessed with a strong connection to the ocean. We are surrounded by it and most of us are influenced or directly involved with it on a daily basis. It is a mighty taonga that enriches body and mind. Fishing, Sailing, Surfing, Swimming, Diving – all are activities that define many of us and More >
No Touch, No Take, No Break. It’s a common saying in New Zealand – amongst divers and snorkelers.
In a marine reserve we don’t touch living creatures, we don’t take them for food and we don’t break shells to feed other marine life. It is a place where we dive and see more marine life, and often larger marine life – but what actually is a marine More >
Thanks to its white sandy beaches, tropical weather, coral reefs and an abundance of exotic marine life, the Maldives has become a premier diving location – popular with divers worldwide.