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The Cathedral

CathedralThe best time to do the Cathedral cavern dive is early morning, with the sun streaming down into the cavern. Otto (pictured) requested that we jump in before the rest of the divers to get the chance for photos and we had the cavern to ourselves. Visability is usually 20 meters, but on this occassion […]

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Not one but TW0 dugong’s 23/12/07

Upon setting off on an afternoon dive, we teased the staff left behind that we were going to swim with a dugong as some of them had done the week before. After nearly completing our dive at ‘Twin Bommies’ along came not 1 but 2 dugongs. ‘Dorothy’ had found a friend. It was an amazing […]

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A Visiting Dugong 17/12/07

This Dugong has become a frequent visitor to a couple of our dive site recently.It has even been practicing fin pivots with a couple of Open Water Students. Dugongs are large grey mammals which spend their entire lives in the sea. Fully grown, they may be three metres long and weigh 400 kilograms. They have […]

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Travalley at the Star Of Russia 15/12/07

Trevally – Amazing visability on the Star of Russia wreck made for a superb dive with schooling trevally and tallfin batfish cruising around the top of the wreck. For more info on the Star of Russia Click here http://www.nautilus.com.vu/

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Mini Octopus 13/12/07

Mini Octopus – mooring Cowrie up at Konanda Reef this little octopus was found on the mooring line. Being no bigger than a finger nail he was rescued from the boat and quickly put back to safety in the water.

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