One of our most popular club trips dives the Rainbow Warrior and Canterbury Wrecks and the reefs around the Cavelli and Poor Knights Islands.
Stewart Island is a must see part of the country and exploring it by boat allowed us to explore wild beaches and go snorkeling.
The bird life on Ulva Island and Kiwi Hunting in Oban are unique and rewarding experiences.
Diving with the Great White Sharks near the Titi )Muttonbird) Islands is an experience designed to take your breath away!
These are truly magnificent creatures best appreciated from underwater – but we like the cage too
Fly in to some of New Zealand’s most pristine sounds and go diving!
Such a great club trip we had to return. Incredible wall dives covered in black corals and snake stars, wrecks, sea pens and the chance to explore some of the local history.
Definitely our most popular club trip – diving the world renowned Poor Knights on a liveaboard is the dream.
If you are not diving local you are missing out on some incredible marine life and underwater scenery.
With the right equipment we have dives that can rival the best in the world – both here in Wellington and around New Zealand
The Mikhail Lermontov is the destination for wreck divers of all levels. As one of the largest accessible wrecks in the world there is plenty to explore. As technical divers this group explored more than most,
The abridged version of our standard Wrecks & Reefs Trip we enjoyed 3 dives on the Rainbow Warrior and Canterbury Wrecks and 4 local reef dives with some incredible marine life.
A journey through Dusky, Breaksea and Doubtful Sounds in Fiordland. Twelve intrepid punters departed Level 2 Wellington for the freedoms of COVID – free, wifi – free and cellphone coverage-less Fiordland for an incomparable adventure of epic proportions. Reconvening at Queenstown airport, it was all aboard the minibus for Te Anau. Dinner at the Moose […]
After months of planning and excitement leading up to our Dive Club trip to Northland & the Poor Knights – the weather did NOT play the game. So with a quick scan of the weather, ensuring our accommodation was available for an extra night and more importantly that the tank filler was not away over […]