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  1. Hi Wetpixelites and Nudilovers, I have a potential new nudibranch alert from New Zealand. Here's the story and photos: http://www.inspiredtodive.com/nudiblog/is-there-a-new-nudibranch-in-nz Please share this with all of your nudi networks. I'm very keen to hear from anyone who thinks they may have seen this species. Happy sea slug snooping! Ali
  2. Discovered by accident in 2009, the spawning of the Jewel Anemones must surely be considered one of the greatest annual wildlife events you can observe as a scuba diver in New Zealand waters. For two consecutive years I have had the special privilege of capturing the action. This is the first time I've ever put a video together - that was a fun learning curve! Please feel welcome to share your feedback. https://vimeo.com/133317564
  3. Hi, I have been busy in the last few days putting up a website to showcase underwater footage from here in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. The 236m container ship MV Rena was wrecked on a local reef 4 years ago, at the time carrying 1368 shipping containers. After an extensive period of salvage operations the owners wish to keep the remains on the reef and part of that process involves going to the local regional council for a resource consent.The local dive club Mounta Maunganui Underwater Club that I am a member of is endorsing that stance and some of us recently had the oportunity to dive the wreck for ourselves capturing photos and video. Their is considerable opposition from various parties for the wreck to remain so it will be interesting to see how it plays out. Due to this increase in interest in the underwater environment this has created I thought it would be timely to showcase my videos and photos that I have been taking for my own personal interest over the last 5 years. Hopefully it will be of interest to some of you here. http://bayofplentyunderwater.com/videos/ Best Regards, Dale
  4. Hi, thought I would just post this link to a video I shot today of the wreck MV Rena. This has been in a state of removal and clearance for the past 4 years following a grounding on an offshore reef out from Tauranga, New Zealand. The salvage operators have almost got it to a point that they consider it clear for recreational divers to start diving it. The Mount Underwater Dive Club have been involved with the Insurers of the vessel in applying for a resource consent to leave it as a wreck and as part of that process I was invited as a club member to dive on it today. Hope you enjoy. Hope you enjoy.
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