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Niue Revisited

Niue Revisited

Written by Clarke Gayford. Photographed by Mike Bhana. I’ve often found that the process of verbalising your goals helps you move subconsciously towards them. What I learnt this year, is that if you go further and put those goals in to a Dive New Zealand article that …

Pelagic Magic

Pelagic Magic

By Paul Caiger Planet Earth is 71 percent ocean, and the open ocean is by far the largest component of this watery world. A myriad of beautifully diverse life can be found in the pelagic environment, and with the fourth largest EEZ (exclusive economic zone), New Zealand is …

Lost Part II

Lost Part II

Words and images by Jeanne Liebetrau and Peter Pinnock Other than the hum of the engine and a gentle rock we hardly notice the Bilikiki moving soothingly overnight to Morovo Lagoon. Grass huts dot the low-lying areas of the islands. Many of the islands here are dominated by …


Editorial by Dave Moran


Travel – Hot Tips – Advanced Knowledge – NZ Swelters!

Most divers have a bucket list of dive destinations that they would love to experience in their diving life! This bucket list can be buried in the back of your mind, just ticking away! If you’re super organised you may even have printed out a list of overseas diving destinations and pinned it to your bedroom’s ceiling – yeah right – who is that organised? In this special Travel issue we have saved you the trouble of your home or your work’s printer running out of ink when printing your dreams! Within the following pages are 10 tantalizing

Also in this issue

Solomon Islands – Lost part 2

Fiji – William Bligh’s Wananavu

Pacific Harbour – Dining at the Bistro

Indonesia – Wakatobi: Beauty is in the Eye of the Goby

Samoa – A Treasure in Paradise

Australia – Turtles and other treasures of Heron Island

Riley Eliot – The Sharks are Coming

Vanuatu – Star of Russia

Niue – Revisited

Tahiti – The Romance that is the South Seas

Pelagic Magic

Navy Diver’s Reunion 2015
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Hermit crab. Solomon Islands. By Peter Pinnock. Nikon D800, f/22, 1/60 sec, ISO-100, 105mm, 3.5, flash, compulsory, strobe return.

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