Diving the Lermontov and Advanced Wreck Training

  Nestled away at 38m underwater in Port Gore is the MS Mikhial Lermontov. The Lermontov is one of the world’s largest wrecks easily accessible for divers. I shot down there with a group of club divers over Labour weekend to explore this behemoth and try to complete my Advanced Wreck Diver training. The history behind […]

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 Monthly Madness Prize Draw – Enriched Air Course

As a diver you know that your bottom time is limited due to the Nitrogen we absorb.  When diving ~18 metres or shallower, you can stay for up to an hour if you have enough air.  But go a little deeper and your bottom time is reduced dramatically. Well why not extend your bottom time […]

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 Zeagle Onyx II Monthly Madness Prize Draw

  The Zeagle Onyx II Regulator is an outstanding piece of kit that outperforms many in its class. The black chrome plated marine brass first stage regulator is a balanced diaphragm design which is inherently environmentally sealed. That means there is no risk of water, sand, salt or grit entering your first stage through the […]

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 COME WITH US AND DIVE THE LERMONTOV

Come dive the Mikhail Lermontov one of New Zealand’s most iconic wrecks, just a quick hop over Cook Straight and staying at the Go Dive lodge.   We will be heading over the afternoon of Thursday 25th April (ANZAC Day) diving Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning coming back to Wellington on the 6pm ferry. This […]

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 September 2018 Monthly Madness Draw – PADI Advanced Open Diver Course

You have finished your Open Water Course and discovered that the little diving bug in side you has grown and you are now looking for your next underwater adventure. The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course (AOW) is the next step. This course focuses on the practical elements of diving from identifying marine life to […]

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