Project AWARE Evening at NZ Sea Adventures

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Join the Team at NZ Sea Adventures for a FREE Project AWARE Specialty evening on the 12th of October.  All divers and curious Non-divers are welcome with an optional certification counting towards a PADI Master Scuba Diver rating for just $55.

NZ Project Aware

Project AWARE were originally formed in 1989 as an environmental initiative by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI). Project AWARE existed to increase environmental awareness through diver education. In 1992, with tremendous support from the dive community, Project AWARE Foundation was registered as an independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in the U.S. To engage divers and activists around  the world in conservation, Project AWARE became an established UK charity in 1999 and received formal nonprofit status in Australia in 2002.

At NZ Sea Adventures we have been including the PADI Project AWARE Specialty course in our diver development programmes and as advocates for the health of our much enjoyed underwater world.  We encourage those interested in the sport of scuba diving to attend and experience our hospitality and programmes, to meet the team and some of the Crew who also share the same passion for the ocean environment.

No commitment is required or fee’s compulsory, just a nice way to learn about what’s happening locally and globally plus things we can all do to protect and preserve this valuable resource we call our ocean.

Project AWARE membership is also free, you can register and participate in events in your local area and anywhere in the world.

Learn more about NZ Sea Adventures at: https://www.scubadiving.co.nz

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New Zealand Sea Adventures was established in 1990 by Tony Howell in Titahi Bay. From that beginning the NZ Sea Adventures name grew and became the leading PADI scuba diving training facility in Wellington. On the 12th of October 2000 NZ Sea Adventures was awarded the Wellington Regions only PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Centre rating. After 14 years the NZSA shop was moved out to Kilbirnie where it remained for four years. In 2008 we moved back home to Mana in Porirua. Here we have continued training excellent Scuba Divers, supplying the best dive equipment available and much much more. Having our own on-site dive pool certainly helps.

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