Visiting Koto Kinabalu in Malaysia we took the opportunity to dive with both Borneo Dream and Scuba Junkies on the fantastically diverse reef, and to enjoy some excellent street food.
Spring tide? Neap tide? What are these and when do they occur.
The word “tides” is used to describe the alternating rise and fall in sea level. But, what are tides?
Wreck of Civil War iron-hulled blockage runner discovered in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina!
Trip report: diving Northland, or in Maori: Te Tai Tokerau – “the Tail of the Fish”, the northernmost region of NZ only 3 hours out of Auckland.
Trip report: diving the Poor Knights Islands on the continental shelf off NZ, diving in rich blue water with great visibility.
Trip report: diving the HMNZS Canterbury, a decommissioned vessel of the Royal New Zealand Navy. She was sunk as a dive wreck in the Bay of Islands, NZ in 2007.
Trip report: In 1985, two French Agents planted and detonated bombs, sinking the Greenpeace vessel Rainbow Warrior. The wreck now lies in 26m at Matauri Bay, NZ.
The term ‘muck diving’ pops up a lot on photography websites, and is often confused with macro diving, but it is not the same. Muck diving actually refers to the environmental conditions, not the objective of the dive.
The limestone karst of the Yucatán Peninsula offers great cave diving. On our recent trip we met great people and completed advanced dive training. We will definitely be back on a mission to explore as much as possible.