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Announcing Good Vibes 2014

Announcing Good Vibes 2014

New Zealand's longest running annual skydiving event, now in its 13th year, GV14 is not to be missed.

Held at Skydive Abel Tasman, Motueka Airport on August 28-31st from sunrise to sunset.

This year we are going back to basics with our Pilatus Porter aircraft which can seat up to 10 sport skydivers.

We welcome anyone to come and watch, speak to the skydivers and even try a tandem themselves!

Bring the whole family for FIREWORKS sponsored by Skydive Abel Tasman and Combat Pyrotechnics

Saturday August 30th at 7 pm at Motueka Airport.

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