11th October 2019 Sharks Galore At South Solitary Island

8 months ago

Today we found conditions had improved over night, with a calmer dive-site at South Solitary Island, all the divers dropped in at Shark Gutters  to see heaps of fish activity in the water. Along with half a dozen grey nurse sharks, we spotted a couple of Eagle rays, heaps of schooling fish Tarwhine, Bull eyes and Trevally, also one group of divers spotted a Orangutan Crab hiding in an Anemone.

After a short surface interval the divers descended down the same mooring line and made their way round to South Boulder Wall. More Grey nurse sharks were sighted, also spotted around North boulder wall were, Turtles, Black cod, Blue Fusiliers, and a lonely Octopus.

Congratulations to Danny and Riley on competing their Padi Open Water Course, also John on completing his Padi Scuba course.

Vis 15 metres

Water Temp 19 degrees