6 Secrets of Buoyancy Control

Pinpoint accurate buoyancy control is a fundamental scuba skill. Precise control of your buoyancy is what enables you to hover completely motionless, then back out of an area without using your hands at all. At first glance, buoyancy control looks like a simple matter of balancing the downward force of your ballast weights against the […]

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 New Scuba Clinics Series

We are very excited to announce the launch of our new scuba clinics! These clinics are designed to help make you more confident and comfortable in the water – no matter what skill level you’re at. Some of the clinics will teach you new skills, while others are a great opportunity to refine and develop the […]

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 Buoyancy Clinics

Attend our buoyancy clinics and become a buoyancy ninja! Astronauts and scuba divers have a common trait, they are operating in a zero gravity state – that is if the diver has achieved neutral buoyancy. Neutral buoyancy is a condition where you neither sink nor float, and is as close to zero gravity as you […]

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 New BARE Ultrawarmth Product Range

We have just got in a shipment of new BARE Ultrawarmth products to help keep you nice and warm during these colder winter months of diving. The exciting new range of products feature the cutting edge OMNIRED Infrared Technology which has been scientifically tested and proven to work. What is Ultrawarmth? Ultrawarmth is BARE’s exclusive category […]

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 People ask me, why a SCUBA diver?

People often ask me why a scuba diver? Well here it is… Have you ever in your life wanted to be a mermaid? Be able to breath underwater and become friends with all the fish and marine life? Well that’s exactly what it’s like. We are the only people that get to experience first-hand the […]

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 January 2019 Monthly Madness Prize – PADI Rescue Course

January 2019Monthly Madness Prize –PADI Rescue Course   Scuba diving is a great sport and like any activity it is not without its risks, and that is what attracts some divers. Other divers pick up the sport for the weightlessness, to see the beautiful marine life, or as an added activity for their vacations. These […]

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 September2018 Monthly Madness Prize –PADI Advanced Course

September2018 Monthly Madness Prize –PADI Advanced Course   Finished your Open Water Course and discover that the little diving bug in side you have grown and you now looking for you next underwater adventure. Then the PADI Advanced Open water course (AOW) is the next step. The Advanced course focuses on the practical elements of […]

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 Shearwater Perdix – An owners review

 Shearwater Perdix AI For those that would like a short and precise review – it’s probably the best all-round recreational/technical dive computer on the market and I wish I’d bought one sooner. The longer review with more detail – first off, if you’ve ever been on a dive boat with technical divers you’ve probably seen […]

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 Three suggestions for making successful shore dives at night with William Koo

Three suggestions for making successful shore dives at night with William Koo With most people in Auckland being tied down by the 9 to 5 lifestyle, diving at night is becoming a popular trend and a great way to get around being too busy during the day for a dive. Some sites around the world […]

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 Taupo dive trip – A look backwards

Taupo Drift dive trip.   Dipsi 1 Hijacked Dipsi 2 Taupo trip. It was a great opportunity for the two groups to bond and dive together.   Day one: Driving down and snorkeling the Waikato River from Cherry Island to Reids Farm with a stop at the natural hot springs and an epic jump near […]

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