Also in the hard copy of issue 92â¦
– Find out why New Zealand’s largest national park is just as spectacular underwater as it is above.
– An untouched wreck is hard to find these days. But this week we found one.
New Zealand’s Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve celebrates 25 years
– timeline and archives by New Zealand Underwater Assn
– Totally protected and showing it by Roger Grace
– Reason to celebrate by Wade Doak
– Dragons in the unknown by Peter Fields
– New discoveries by Bill Palmer
– Reigniting a passon by Matt Aukett
Colossal squid found living in Dunedin
– There was indeed a squid on the stern deck of a boat in the harbour.
Far North on the Great Barrier Reef
– I had a massive reef complex on my doorstep, giving me easy access to some of the best diving in the world.
– We’ve all done our time at the hands of Mr Darwin’s theory. Schooldays were not forgotten as we flew into the islands that inspired his most famous work.
– The legend is born.
– The ultimate in adrenaline rushes for the extreme thrill seeker.
– It was surreal, unperturbed by my presence as it strolled across the sparkling sand below its belly.
-A trip to Sebastopol to dive wrecks.
Last chance to see
– Dolphins and Seals of Port Phillip Bay.
Books, Videos orders
Competition Shades of Colour
Fishing (Bruce Duncan)
Diver Emergency Number
Know your Gear
Letters to the Editor
The Spineless Majority