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Scuba Diving - Dive Tutukaka Poor Knights Islands

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Hi there, i was wondering if there was an option to scuba dive without having a certificate? I saw that you have “Discover Scuba” as an option but i was wondering if you need a certificate for this activity?

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I hope you're well. Thanks so much for your enquiry about the Dive Tutukaka, Poor Knights Scuba Diving. The discover scuba option is for non-certified divers who would like to try their hand a scuba diving, this is called an into to dive and would be guided by friendly professionals. This option includes instruction and all equipment for one dive; however, a second dive is available for an additional cost.

Comment by: Karma on 13th Jan 23 at 14:14

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I am a certified open water diver and my parents want to snorkle. I am wondering if there are any tours going out tomorrow 5/12. I am also wondering if I as only an open water diver am able to dive the shipwrecks or if I can only dive the reef. I would be happy with either. Please let me know

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Is the summer ‘perfect day’ trip on the same boat as your dive trips? I’m keen to come out with my brother and wife in November. He dives, she doesn’t, but we’re all keen on free diving too so trying to maximise the fun for 3 of us... can we book a single dive for 2 of us then all 3 snorkel together? Or if it’s split out perhaps we all just snorkel on the perfect day?

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Hi, with Dive Tutukaka perfect day out, you can all head out on the dive boats - where the divers will complete two dives, and then you can all snorkel together during the surface interval, or you can choose to do just one dive each - you can also choose to just snorkel - which will be the Perfect Day ( 11am to 4pm)

Comment by: ETG on 4th Aug 20 at 21:50

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What is the proficiency level required for these dives? Do we need to be qualified divers for this? I have experienced scuba once before that too with help of a trainer. Can I join this group?

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Hi,
I’m looking to complete dives 3&4 of my open water PADI course, I completed dives 1&2 in Bali but didn’t have time to finish it off. I have my signed log book but do need a PIC(?) number. If you could let me know the total cost for this that’d be awesome.

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Hi, I am wondering if you have a Poor Knights Island day trip available on Monday, March 16. My husband would like Discover Scuba (he has tried it a few years back but is not certified), and I will be a non-diver. Is this something you could offer us? Thanks!

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Hi Elyse. Yes there is space for you on the 16th March. The Poor Knights Island day trip operates all year and is suitable for divers and non divers that are accompanying a diver.

Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 24th Feb 15 at 19:20

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