Saturday 11th November – Clown Trigger Poses for Camera!

Despite a fresh south west breeze making surface conditions a little bumpy, the conditions underwater were spectacular today! Lots of black Cod, schools of Tarwhine and Sweep, Turtles, Nudibranches and our beloved Juvenile Clown Triggerfish. This photo was taken today by Stephen Vaughan who was completing the Digital Underwater Photography Dive of his Advanced Open Water…

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2nd November 2017 – More Blue water at South Solitary!

After yesterdays cool southerly breeze, South Solitary Island was blue and warm. Cleaner station, Shark Gutters and South Boulder Wall were the days dive sites, seeing Grey Nurse Sharks, our resident juvenile Clown Trigger Fish, Blue Groupers, Black Cod, Bull Rays, Lionfish, Nudibranchs, Barnie the Loggerhead Turtle, Hawksbill Turtle, Green Sea Turtle, Moray Abbotts Eel,…

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28th October 2017 – More Hammerhead and Grey Nurse Shark Action!

Water conditions were just perfect today at South Solitary. Cleaner Station was the first stop, then followed by a casual drift from Shark to the Gantry, seeing Grey Nurse Sharks, Bull Rays, Eagle Rays, Clown Trigger Fish, Green Sea Turtles, Hawksbill Turtle, Loggerhead Turtle, Crayfish, Spanish Dancers, Black Cod, Blue Groupers, masses of schooling fish and…

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26th October 2017 – New PADI Freedivers

We would like to congratulate Lindsay, Sharnee, Brad and Alex who all completed the PADI Freediver and PADI Advanced Freediver courses today!! Everyone completed an intense four day course instructed by Adam Stern who is Australia’s 5 x National Freediving record holder and the PADI Freeding ambassador for Asia/Pacific, everyone achived some awesome results including…

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13th October 2017 – 30m Visibility holds at South Solitary Island

It was another amazing day diving South Solitary Island. We were welcomed with 21 degrees water temperature, 30m visibility and rather calm surface conditions on the northern end of the island. Everyone on board thoroughly enjoyed both dives and saw plenty of amazing things including Grey Nurse Sharks, Bullrays, Slipper Lobsters crawling the bottom, Lionfish,…

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8th October 2017 – 21 degrees at South Solitary!

With the current still moving around South Solitary Island, divers were shocked with 21 degrees and blue water! Fish were in the masses around Manta Arch, Cleaner and Shark Gutters, seeing over a dozen Grey Nurse Sharks, Barnie the Loggerhead Turtle, Lionfish, Bullrays, Eaglerays, Black Cod, Blue Groupers, nudibranchs and loads of schooling fish. Congratulations Phoebe…

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