Surprisingly clear water in Matheson Bay … not just last Friday, but through the whole week. V zátoke Matheson bola prekvapivo čistá voda … nielen minulý piatok, ale počas celého týždňa.
This is not a dive report, just a couple of pictures from two places I like a lot. One of them is popular for scuba diving training, I haven’t seen a diver in the the other one. I am talking about Matheson Bay and Mahurangi Harbour.
2/8/2018 A very cool winter muck dive in a quite clear and cold water of Matheson Bay. I spent 90 minutes in the bay on the flat rocky bottom that was partially covered with coarse sand waiting for cool critters to appear. Posledný ponor v zátoke Matheson bol veľmi príjemný, voda bola studená, ale čistá. […]
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This was fun. I went for a winter shallow dive to one spot where nudibranches are often plentiful. I could not find a spot to par my car so decided to go home along the east coast of North Shore City. I stopped in Murrays Bay where I saw a snorkeler looking for something in […]
A couple of snapshots from my GoPro footage from our recent trip to Nelson Bay, NSW, Australia. The place is considered to be the best shore diving in the whole New South Wales. The tidal flow through the harbor is strong which requires a certain level of planning. Because of that we could do only […]
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18/3/2017 (616) I went to Mahurangi Harbour to see the results of the stormy weather and floods from a week ago. I dive in the harbour mostly for nostalgic reasons, but also for surprises. On a good day there can be plenty of usual nudibranches, sea hares there; I saw seahorses, rare nudibranches and a […]