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Kia ora adventurers!  I wanted to put together a quick reference so that you can see what we can do at each COVID-19 Alert Level here in NZ. That way you can be confident when making bookings or purchasing online.  Of course, there are more 'internal' actions, such as increased staff hand washing & sanitiser use, business premises cleaning, COVID tracer app signage etc that take place at all alert levels to help keep us all safe, but these are the quick outlines of what we can do!  In the event of local or national travel restrictions in either your home address...

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Wow we’ve already hit the end of June, they say time flies when you’re having fun and we’ve certainly been doing that with lots of in water time!  We started the month with our Waiheke High school students, finishing the open water course and certifying 8 new Open Waters divers, followed by a boat trip out with the awesome team from AWOL where we took out 3 fun divers from the High School and finished the Advanced Open Water course for one student too! Congratulations to all our newly certified divers, we hope to see you in the water for lots...

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What do we see while diving on Waiheke Island One of the reasons we all love diving is due to the awesome marine life we get to hang out with. But what actually lives in the waters around Waiheke Island? Here we’ve given a run down of our favourite and most common sightings around the island.  Eagle Ray  These beauties are one of our favourites! With pointed ‘wings’ (think diamond shape) and a bulbous head they are easy to differentiate from their stingray cousins. Usually olive green or brown in colour, with grey or blue markings and a white underneath....

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  May 14th saw New Zealand return to level 2 restrictions, meaning we were able to get back into the water, doing what we love and taking our awesome customers out exploring.  You can probably tell from mine and Jake’s faces how excited we were about this! Although we were back working at Level 3, we couldn’t open our doors to welcome people in or get out in the water, so Level 2 was very welcome by us, as I’m sure it was to many of you!  So what have we been up to since we’ve been back?  We have...

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                                         What is Dive Against Debris is probably your first question?  Very simply a Dive Against Debris is using your skills as a diver to help remove items that don’t belong there from our ocean, however it is actually much much more than that! Dive Against Debris is the flagship citizen science program from Project AWARE, empowering divers worldwide to collect debris from our oceans and giving them a platform to report this so it can be monitored, reporting on types...

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