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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 A week diving and exploring the Mikhail Lermontov…






Laying in Port Gore in the Marlborough sounds is a wreck like no other. Sitting in 36m of water, you can find the resting place of the 176m cruise liner the Mikhail Lermontov, the largest wreck in the Southern Hemisphere. The Lermontov sank on the 16th February 1986, from damage sustained to its port side […]

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 Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Procedures






Can you ever learn enough about diving? I don’t think so, so I decided to take a move to the dark side – the era of long hoses and dressed all in black – and something to do with a Blue “H”. What was I letting myself in for? After my divemaster training I thought […]

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