Our 2016 Diploma in Professional Scuba Diving Instruction students experienced their first wreck dive on the Rainbow Warrior this month. Followed by some stunning dives on the nearby Cavalli Island reefs. A big thanks to Carlos, a Whangaroa local, for showing us a couple of great new dive sites.
The blue water was in and we had amazing visibility again (15-20m) diving the Rainbow Warrior and Cavalli Islands. Nick was taking 7 of our part time PADI Instructor candidates through their paces to build up their wreck and deep diving experience. We also had 2 groups of fun divers join us up from Auckland Read more about Diving the Rainbow Warrior and Cavalli Islands[…]
Blue skies, calm seas and great vis made an awesome 4 days diving at the Cavalli Islands. The highlight, as usual, was dropping on to the wreck of the Rainbow Warrior for the first dive of the day. We had the wreck all to ourselves and from the surface I could see the divers making Read more about Rainbow Warrior and the Cavalli Islands[…]
The month of May has provided amazing visability again as 12 divers returned to Matauri Bay for 2 days of diving. Monday was great weather and even though the cold winds gusted up to 40 knots on Tuesday, we still managed to complete 10 dives – including 2 night dives ! On Monday we had a Read more about Rainbow Warrior and the Cavalli Islands[…]
The weather really turned it on for us again at the Cavalli Islands and we managed 8 dives over 3 days, including 3 dives on the Rainbow Warrior wreck and a night dive. It was smiles all around for 15 happy divers. Congratulations to Mary and Chris on completing their PADI Wreck specialty, also Mathew Read more about Rainbow Warrior and Cavalli Islands[…]