Thinking about joining Dive Club Wellington – we think that’s a great idea. With lots of dive buddies, regular club dives, trips and other activities to keep you diving!
Dive Club Wellington has been busy celebrating the shop’s 18th birthday, diving and whale watching in Niue as well as club dives and training.
Importantly the MPI paua gathering limits changed this month.
We wanted to highlight some of the key skills in scuba diving, and how to achieve mastery of them. There’s a lot to think about while you dive, but we’ve outlined 3 skills that we believe to be the most important, starting off before you even get into the water:
We recommend carrying a spares kit to solve simple equipment problems that happen at the dive site.
We’ve put together a list of our key ‘spares’
What does it take to become a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor?
What can you expect to cover during your PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC). From dive theory and standards to teaching skills in the class room and underwater. Learn what Max went through on his IDC.
You should learn to dive with Dive HQ Wellington as we provide exceptional instruction, opportunities to explore and engage with other divers and promote conservation.
Two wrecks sank on the same day in March 1874.
Little remains to be seen of these historic wrecks but with a little insight and local knowledge you can explore the wreckage at Owhiro Bay
After some major technical issues we are back online and ready to post some blogs. Our only issue now is finding some topics to write about – we are way too late to recap the year that was and who really wants to focus back on 2022? & 2 months in it’s too late to […]