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Dive New Zealand / Dive Pacific magazine December/January 2009 issue 114

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Wanaka - Submerged bridges, altitude lakes, deeper walls, springs, submerged forests and undiscovered wrecks - sounded like very different diving!
Winter Madness - Karewa Island, Tauranga. Pushing your comfort boundaries.
Sabah, Borneo - There  are so many sites begging for exploration and include some of the most spectacularly fascinating and exotic locations on the planet.
Old Age and Treachery - No one's interested in what you were, it's only what you are that counts. This is bad news for all you young divers!
AE1 - The search for Australia's first submarine.
A Woman of Substance - Valerie Taylor. Nobody knew in 1936 what a blonde baby girl, christened Valerie May, would go on to become.
A Snake Visitor to New Zealand - We will probably be seeing more of them and other warm water visitors.
Juggling Physical Exercise and Diving - If you want to dive you need to be ready. It entails appropriate knowledge and adequate physical skills.
15 page Gear Guide feature
Fascinating Fish Rock - Off Australia's New South Wales is one of Australia's legendary dive sites.
Fiji Spearfishing - Bula! The Fiji welcome greeted us everywhere.
What to do Now? - Recreational scuba diving offers a myriad of lenses for people to look through for future opportunities, pastimes and occupations.
Guinness Book of World Records - Most people scuba diving simultaneously.
Does My Bum Look Big in This? - Women divers.

Regular columns:
Shades of Colour photographic competition
Digital Imaging
Fishing: How to catch snapper during winter
Diving in Niue
Latest books and dvds
What's Happening in Australia and New Zealand




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