Team The chosen articles from our current issue
By Anne Simmons Photography by Anne and Eric Simmons Recently I read a post on Facebook discussing the merits of going to Vanuatu, particularly for diving, in the wake of Cyclone Pam. The writer and participants in the conversation were obviously ill informed and it was …
It was a very exciting day when I took possession of my first CCR. I had been diving scuba since 1972 and had a couple of thousand dives. With that background I hoped it would be easy. What a rude shock awaited me – so, let’s start at the beginning. When we learn to dive …
The two days flying and sitting around airports with barely any sleep are forgotten... The earthquake we experienced in the Santiago Airport is but a distant memory… the 17 hour crossing on our liveaboard dive boat from the main island to get here is not even in my mind – …
Editorial by Dave Moran
The annual New Zealand Boat Show is always a highlight for the magazine. It’s a great opportunity for us to catch up with subscribers, friends and advertisers. Thanks to all those that called by our stand. Every year I’m amazed at the variety of boats and the quality of the workmanship---world class. Check out this year’s Award winning boats on pages 52-53. We have been requested by readers to once again do …
Deep Sea Diving
– Visiting a WWII victim of a German mine
Vanuatu – Diving after the cyclone
Tahiti – Sharks on your bucket list?
Thailand – A taste of Thailand
Wakatobi – Magic show
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – Minke magic
Gisborne’s South Rock – Spearfishing
Galapagos – Once in a lifetime dive trip
Fiji – In pursuit of warmer waters
Samoa – Island time in Samoa
Hutchwilco Boat Show – 60th Aniversary
Rebreather – Learning to dive a
closed circuit Rebreather
Whale shark by Malcolm Kidd.
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