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Dive New Zealand/Dive Pacific magazine June/July 2009 issue 112

Dive Shark Cage Diving, New Zealand - Seven sharks were circling  and the action was high  as the thrashing sharks bashed into the cage, all teeth and blood.

Lady Bowen - A clear 100 years after her disappearance, local divers made a discovery that made them really suck their air!
Tuna-Hastberg's Mine - Close to the Swedish capital there is an enormous system of water-filled passages - tens of kilometres in total length in all directions.

Magic Touch - You should not touch marine creatures with sharp spines but the risk from other  creatures is not so obvious.

My First Ice Dive - My frozen brain tried to remember the best navigational technique.

The End of the Last Big Chill - Were sea levels ever higher than now?

Remember to Breathe - Ascent dangers.

Weeing in your Wetsuit - Is it socially acceptable?

Rebreather Diving - A buyer's guide.

Modelling at the Extremes - Conveying the beauty of cathedral sized chambers dripping with stalactites

Boys and Spearfishing Battles - Finn's first kingfish.

Freediving World Record - William Trubridge, NZ

Second Chance - When and how to release your fish.

Strobilicous - Making a meal of underwater lighting.

Water Bubs - Photographing underwater.

Care and Maintenance - Mask, fins, snorkel.

Palau -  Unique beauty, diversity, top dive site.

Spearfishing - Finn's First Kingfish

Freediving - William Trubridge's World Record

Digital Imaging
Second Chance Fishing
Shades of Colour Photographic Competition
Diving Medicine
Accident Reports
Training News

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