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The best diving in New Zealand

The Northern most part of the North Island of New Zealand, it is known as the “tail of the fish”. The Bay of Islands and the East Coast of Northland are fringed with Pohutukawa lined beaches, secluded bays, and tranquil harbours offering a maritime playground for fishing, swimming, boating, diving or relaxing on the beach in the warm, northern sunshine.

Poor Knights Islands

Poor Knights Islands

Jacques Cousteau rated these islands as one of the top ten sites in the world. He would know!

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The Canterbury

The Canterbury

The third Leander class frigate to be sunk in New Zealand waters in 2007, this wreck is recent, upright, and a great training ground.

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The Waikato

The Waikato

The first Leander class frigate built for the Navy, and the first to be purpose sunk, the Waikato has purpose cut holes, and is designed to be dived.

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The Rainbow Warrior

The Rainbow Warrior

The Rainbow Warrior was the Greenpeace flagship, a symbol of peace and hope, when she was bombed and sunk in 1985 by terrorists.

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The Tui

The Tui

The Tui is 65 metres long, and lies on her side at 32 metres, and is the more challenging of the Twin Wrecks.

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