“THE BRIGHT YELLOW DIVE STORE!” 

Open 8am to 5pm Daily 

(Excluding Public Holidays)

“THE BRIGHT YELLOW DIVE STORE!”

Open 8am to 5pm Daily 

 (Excluding Public Holidays)

Dive into 2024

Dive into 2024! Get yourself underwater in 2024 with your first course or your next dive course at New Zealand Sea Adventures and some new kit along the way.  Enjoy a purpose built facility with our very own diver training pool, experienced professional instructors, great dive gear options and Wellingtons great diving opportunities.  Be it […]

Do I need a Dive Computer and what type?

There are a variety of options available through our Wellington dive shop to cover more than any divers needs.  Select from stylish wrist and watch versions, functional and simple consoles and full functioning multi-purpose options. 

Christmas Gift Ideas for Divers

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Christmas Gift Ideas for Divers. Visit our store or shop online (hint, shopping in store gives you more options..) for that diver or fishing family member or friend. Gift Vouchers are available plus the many of the essentials and fun extra bits of gear. A dive course also makes a great Christmas Gift.

Mythical secret’s of how Divers hone their skills.

Mythical Secrets

After an Open Water Diver course you can sometimes be left feeling like there was something missing or maybe it was not complete.  You’re looking at taking the next step they keep telling you to do but are not sure or even feeling prepared.  For starters your Dive Instructor seemed to have it all so well down yet made it look so simple that you don’t feel like you really did that well?

Coping with Seasickness

Coping with Seasickness Seasickness is “a result of a conflict in the inner ear, where the human balance mechanism resides, and is caused by a vessel’s erratic motion on the water…  The brain responds with a cascade of stress-related hormones that can ultimately lead to nausea, vomiting, and vertigo.” Strong smells such as petrol fumes, […]

Dehydration and Decompression Sickness

Decompression sickness is a major risk for scuba divers due to the increased formation of nitrogen bubbles in blood and tissues during and after ascent. About 51% of our blood is water and we need that blood to carry the nitrogen bubbles from our tissue to our lungs for exhaling.

Why you should log those dives…

If you’re looking for ways to breakthrough from beginner to experienced, we have a simple trick for you. Keep an up-to-date diving logbook

PADI Advanced Open Water & Rescue Diver?

Being safe is the most important thing at any level, once you have the essential knowledge and skills for a safe dive to 18m then you need to learn how to make the most of your time underwater and get out of it what you go underwater for.