The SS. Tyrone wrecks against Rerewahine Point with no loss of life 27th September 1913... Continue reading
Last night was the final hoorah for one of our Diploma in Professional Scuba Instruction groups. After a full year of dive study, this amazing group that started with us in February has gone from PADI Open Water Diver right though to PADI Specialty Instructor completing over 100 dives in and around Otago. They have gained skills in numerous areas realated to diving, dive education, risk management, marine environment and first aid. They have all worked extremely hard to get to where they are now and all the team wishes them the best success.
Nudibranchs are one of the most impressive invertebrates a Scuba enthusiast and macro photographer would keep an eye out for whilst diving. It is believed that there are several thousand species of these often strikingly colourful critters sprawled across the Earth’s oceans.... Continue reading
After your most recent dive trip has come to an end, you may find yourself at a loss for what to do with yourself. You’re most at home in the comfort of the water, so when you have to head back to the real world (the surface) – and stay there – you’ll no doubt feel out of your element. But don’t let the days fade away until your next dive, make the most of your dry time and keep yourself entertained with these 6 ideas for staying sane: