In the hard copy of the February/March 2007 issue:
Poor Knights: a Touristâs Impression
High expectations and great provenance. The small, rocky outcrop of islands certainly lived up to its reputation.
details the diving adventures of John Chatterton and Richie Kohler in discovering the identity of a German WWII submarine nick-named the U-Who. Editor Dave Moran joined them on New Zealandâs
Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
Thereâs a huge water tank at the Johnson Space Centre (USA) where astronauts and engineers simulate the effects of working in the zero environment of space.
Before we get too distraught, remember global warming is touted by the same people who predicted the millenium bug.
The Last Shark
There were times when he swam with others of his kind. Slowly fewer and fewer turned up until at last he was alone.
Working Performance Underwater
Environment and equipment factors discussed by Dr Simon Mitchell.
While many divers call this place the ultimate challenge, for countless divers who have met their fate in the depths, it is known as the diversâ cemetery.
I was diving in another epoch with nautilus buzzing around like bees.
WWII Japanese Midget Submarine Discovered
The finding of M-24, the missing third midget submarine which attacked shipping in Sydney Harbour has stirred a lot of wartime memories and how close Japanâs war came to Australia and New Zealand.
Diving the Iron Knight
On reaching the deck at 125m I checked my rebreather, changing the oxygen set point to 1.30.
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Trips Log, Whatâs Happening in Australia and New Zealand.