16th December 2019 – Monday at South Solitary
16th December 2019
Today on the 16th December 2019, we took out 2Wild to South Solitary Island. Both dives were conducted at the top end of the island, hiding from the forecasted southerly wind.
Dive one was at Cleaner Station. All of our divers dropped down into an abundance of marine life, including our beloved Grey Nurse Sharks, Slipper lobsters, Moray eels, Black cod, and a Bull ray was spotted swimming past our student divers!
We took our surface interval, and all our divers were keen to get back in at Cleaner Station for dive 2. Yet again an amazing dive, with even more Grey Nurses, turtles, schools of tarwhine and bullseyes. We also saw some Old Wifes, which are today’s dive report image!
Congratulations to our students who were certified as PADI Open Water Divers! Congratulations to Kaylee, Peter, Aiden, Kathryn, and James.
Water Temperature: 20m