In the hard copy of the August/September 2006 issue:
Wellingtonâs Wahine Park
– Wellington divers are lucky to have the option of diving two coastlines – providing diving in just about any weather conditions year round.
– A night dive is a great way to see normally shy animals that remain hidden away during the day which is a
satisfying way to leave your comfort zone! Includes a torch buyersâ guide
Robots in the Depths – The examination of our worldâs aquatic depths are being probed with mechanical enhancement.
Into the Darkness
– At night the environment is not only darker underwater, but topside too. How prepared would you be if you had to cope with vertigo and illusions?
Save the Whales
– Again – No one can dispute the whaling issue is a long and bloody war. The IWC and how the voting went.
– the MV Karma has quickly obtained a reputation as one of the best shipwreck dives in Queensland.
Deep Down Under
– The New Zealand Freediving Nationals.
Drysuit or not Drysuit? that is the question
– There was once a time when I thought anyone wearing a drusuit was a wuss. A
look at drysuits and buyersâ guide .
– Smuggler Strata 750 – Proven pedigree = outstanding performance.
– Divers have a huge advantage over most fishermen because you know the bottom terrain.
– For creatures who have never seen divers before, these guys were incredibly trusting.