Wellington 1874

Wellington 1874 WELLINGTON, ship : Totally wrecked during a terrific gale on the night of March 7, 1874, between Lyall Bay and Sinclair Head, with the loss of …

Woollahra 1907

Woollahra 1907 WOOLLAHRA, barque: The vessel went ashore four miles south-east of Cape Terawhiti at mid night on July 14, 1907, and became a total wreck two …

Zuleika 1897

Zuleika 1897 ZULEIKA, ship: On the night of Friday, April 16, 1897, the ship was totally wrecked in Palliser Bay, about four miles west of the Cape Palliser …

Wellington

Wellington KAPITI ISLAND: Offers diving conditions and an active marine life similar to the far north. It is a meeting place of two major currents, bringing a …

New Plymouth

New Plymouth SUGERLOAF ISLANDS: Volcanic islands with many underwater outcrops and canyons to 27m. The islands are a marine protected area. OAKURA: Reefs of …

Hawkes Bay

Hawkes Bay PANIA REEF: Offshore from Napier, the reef is about 1,600m long with depths ranging from 3m to 18m. NATIONAL AQUARIUM OF NEW ZEALAND: Location: …

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