Saint Kildas

Launching from Jimmy Armers Beach, Saint Kildas Rock is only a 3min boat trip. The Rock is located with a Rahui and provides a stunning coastal kelp enivroment full of fish life.

{Provides Blue Moki, Red Moki, Butterfish, Leatherjackets, Blue Cod, Crayfish, Kina and Octopus a suitible habitat for them to thrive!

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8 minute drive from Daves Diving Kaikoura behind the Fyffe House. Entry/Exit point is located at the old boat ramp that is deused. Note that Boats launch from the beach do take care. The yellow ’No Fishing’ Buoy is a reference for you surface swim.

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Nine Pins

A set of Nine Rocks that you can see breaching the surface. Directly out from The Pier Hotel. Launching from the ramp outside of The Pier Hotel at high tide only. These Rocks mark the north side of the local Rahui.

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在凱庫拉的岩石半島上艱難地行走,很難進入。游泳穿過海帶森林和岩層,游泳穿過和小洞穴探索。有許多入口和出口點,這個潛水地點可以享受很多次。浪湧和膨脹會使這次潛水變得棘手,尤其是進出。

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Great bay to spend the afternoon on the south side of the Kaikoura Peninsula! The entry point in an “v“ shape cut out in the reef by old whalers. That whole sheltered area is a great place to spear fish and explore. Depths extend to 14m in high tide in some areas.

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Sharks Tooth

Off the east coast of the peninsula, launch from The South Bay Marina. The point that resembles a Sharks Tooth the bays north from there. Also known as Whalers Bay.

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巴克斯特礁是一個輕鬆美麗的岸上潛水,非常適合訓練和初學者潛水夫。珊瑚礁的內部通常受到保護,免受海浪和風的影響。外層暴露得更多,但提供更深的水(8-16米)和更多的魚類生命。直接向前潛水,易於導航,並有一個清晰的礁石跟隨。

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Barney’s Rock (Panau Island) is located 15min south on SH1 From Daves Diving Kaikoura. This is the gateway to the Hikurangi Marine Reserve and diving around the island you reach depths of 19m.

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Paia Point

Borders the Hikurangi Marine Reserve. Visible from the Paia Point Campground (SH1) are two set of rockys reefs. Note that the shore entry is challenging and the surface swim is can be 20mins.

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Wiakawa Swim Spot

一個非常隱蔽的地方,通常只在天氣阻止其他地方潛水時使用。它被划船排除浮標包圍,所以非常安全。

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The Koi is a 32-meter vessel from Scotland, built in 1912 and sunk in 1940. Originally a passenger ship travelling between Motueka and Nelson, it was later converted into a coal ship. She now lies in 12 meters of water and is a great dive site for macro photography!

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