Dive News: Thu 14 Jan 2016

Hi Divers
The northerly looks to be sticking around for the weekend and the swell dying out too, so we could have a lovely weekend diving on the south coast, fingers crossed!
Saturday and Sunday meeting at the earlier time of 8am at the shop! Tuesday after work dive leaving the shop at 6pm.
No charters this weekend as Dave and Paula are away, 
We have one spot on the experienced charters on the 24th of January still available however!
There are two spots left on the anniversary weekend Lermentov trip leaving on Friday the 22nd! Send us and email if you're keen and we will send through further information!
SHOP SPECIALS...get in quick while stock lasts
25% off all lavacore products in stock, we have just a few long sleeved tops left
We are still selling off all our ex hire wetsuits at $25 per piece.
We have an Advanced open water course in the last weekend of January (30th and 31st)! Limited spots so get in quick! 
Spend $299 in store on Beuchat products and go in the draw to win a heli spearfishing trip for you and a mate.
We are currently taking enrolments for our 2016 Diploma in Scuba Instruction course. This is a 42 week course, 4 days per week taking you through to specialty dive instructor and setting you up for a career in diving. The course includes over 100 dives and is eligble for student loans and allowances. Contact us for a course prospectus.
If you know anyone looking for a change of direction and think they would make a good dive instructor, send them our way and earn yourself $200 cash if they do the course with us.
TANK TESTING...how does it work
A scuba cylinder needs to be in test to be filled. A new tank needs a visual inspection a year after its manufacture date. This involves emptying the tank, taking the valve off and checking the thread and the inside of the tank for cracks, pitting or for rust in steel tanks. Every other year a tank requires a hydrostatic test. To do this we fill the tank with water and put it under pressure to check the elasticity of the metal. If it stretches too much the tank is failed as the risk is too high that it could burst while filling with air.
Remember this is our busy time of year for equipment servicing , please allow extra time for us to get your gear done!
Thanks for your business, we appreciate it.
Have a great weekend and we hope to see you out for a dive soon, from the team at Dive Wellington, Dave, Paula, Chris, Kelly and Caity.

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          Island Bay
          Wellington 6023
          New Zealand
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