Contents in the hard copy of April/May 2006:
Diver lost at sea for 75 hours
– Robert Hewitt was found alive, drifting in the ocean, by his old Navy team diving mates after being at the seaâs mercy for 75 hours.
– The return to Stewart Island to hunt for the elusive great southern pigfish.
The âPâ Phenomenon
– Why does immersion make you âgoâ?
– You be the judge.
Which Way Is The Reef?
– Juvenile reef fish spend several weeks of their lives in one of the most dangerous environments.
– In their world you are still just a potential meal, smart or not. We take a look at satellite tagging.
– Sweep, blue maomao, snapper and mackerel move aside then reform behind us.
The Hulks Of Aramoana
– A collection of small ships purposely sunk in Dunedin to protect a coastal breakwater.
– She will maintain her stateliness for many, many years as the worldâs third largest diveable wreck.
New Marine Protected Areas Policy
– Panacea or Talk Fest?
Cook Islands Caving Adventure
– I was 19 and hitching my way across the Pacific when I was shipwrecked on Atiu – it was all quite an adventure.
Sex On The Reef
– The annual coral spawning of the Great Barrier Reef is one of scuba divingâs most seductive spectacles.
– Now a three wreck dive.
– Reflections on change.
Stay Alive On Your Freedive
– Freediving for fish, crayfish, scallops and paua is a great sport but know the dangers.
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