17th November 2019 – Blue Water At South Solitary Island
17th November 2019
Today, 17th November 2019, we had a quick trip to South Solitary Island for our double dive.
For our first dive, all of our certified divers dropped in at Manta Arch and made their way to Cleaner Station, whilst our student divers descended on Cleaner Mooring.
All of our divers were amazed with the amount of marine life between Manta Arch and Cleaner! We saw at least twenty Grey Nurse Sharks, Octopus, Moray Eels, Turtles, and Fish everywhere.
After our brief surface interval, our divers made their way from Cleaner Station to the Gantry.
‘WOW’ – another spectacular dive featuring schools of Tarwhine, and Silver Trevally in the Cave. Also, about a dozen Grey Nurse Sharks were spotted in Shark Gutters.
To top it all of, down the wall were some Black cod, bull rays, Lionfish, and a couple of Eagle Rays.
Congratulations to Samuel and Sin Ping Chan (Fiona) on completing their Padi Open Water Diver Course.
Visibility: 15 Metres
Water Temperature: 20 Degrees