A few highlights over the past few days include seeing Devil Rays at Twin Bommies and Pango Drift, and during the night dive on Wednesday, the whole group was thrilled to spot a Nautilus and a Slipper Lobster on Twins Wall. We seem to have gained a new navigation aid on Neville’s Surprise drift dive by way of a large cuttlefish that’s been spotted the last three dives in the same spot ! Visibility on the Semle Federsen Wreck reached new highs on Thursday – we could see the sand at 50m+ from about 8m down the mooring line.
Thanks to all that have dived with us this week, especially Alan and Kirsty who have clocked up almost 25 dives between them. Also, Roger who was desperate to dive on the Tasman, and we finally managed to drop him down onto the Flying Boat on Friday. Best of luck for your diving on the Coolidge next week, and enjoy your 60m dive on your 60th birthday – 1m for every year, what a great way to celebrate !!
Congratulations to Colin who completed his Advanced Open Water on Monday. This week sees farewell to Jackie who has spent the last few weeks with us completing Open Water through to Rescue and logged over 60 dives.
New Diving Addicts this week = 40 Welcome to our underwater world.