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Leapard Shark

Not a very common occurrence seeing a good size leopard shark on our dive sites but this one would have been a good 10 feet long. A couple of our guest were lucky enough to have this opportunity.  Malcolm was out with one of our research dives at the depth of 40mtrs on completing the […]

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About Us

http://divingvanuatu.net is dedicated to providing quality information on the subject of Vanuatu Scuba Diving Adventures Here you will find helpful reviews, informative information and tips and much more. This site is in the format of a ‘weblog’ so that each time I post new information, it will come to the top of the front page. […]

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The Tasman Story

On June 16th 1951 whilst taxing for take off VH-EBW manoeuvred to avoid a collision with a dug out canoe and hit an unmarked mooring buoy or coral head ripping a hole in the front compartment under the waterline. The aircraft came to rest in shallow water close to the shore next to Iririki Island. […]

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Star of Russia

The Irish Star Harland and Wolff built the Star of Russia in 1874.  This Belfast shipping company built hundreds of ships, both steam and sail, but is a household name these days due to the infamy of another ship they built, the  Titanic. The Star of Russia was assigned the official British Reg. No. 63958 […]

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Diving Vanuatu

You descend to 10 meters, and you can feel the unexpected urge. You cannot hold it. And there is no way you can get to a toilet without spoiling the entire dive. So you consider if I am in the water, my pee will just dissipate and vanish. Is it OK to PEE in the […]

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