11th November 2016 – Improving visibility at the Solitary Islands!
The ocean this morning was beautiful and flat which made the trip out to South Solitary Island easy, We even had some breaching from some playful Humpback Whales on the way out!!
After the company of some dolphins riding the bow we got to the northern end of South Solitary Island for our 2 dives.
The visibility had improved a lot from the last couple of trips out and the marine life was still in abundance.
Our divers seen lots including Wobbygongs, Sweet lips, Slipper Lobsters, Popcorn Shrimp, Nudibranchs everywhere, one lone Grey Nurse Shark and our now resident Orangutan Crab in Shark Gutters.
Congratulations to Sarah who completed her Peak Performance Buoyancy Course today and we would like to welcome Kate snd Andy to the Jetty Dive team, Andy has started his PADI Dive Master Course.