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, Turtles, huge schools of Trevally and even a visit from a Dusky Whaler Shark!!!
Congratulations to Taylah and Matthew who went down to 29.8 metres today to finish their Advanced Open Water Course!!