30th March 2020 – Last Dives for a While
Today on 30th March 2020, we took South Solitary.
For the first dive we dropped into Manta Arch. Straight after they dropped, one group spotted a Ornate Ghost Pipefish before heading into the gutters which were full of Grey Nurse Sharks. The Grey Nurse’s came in nice and close to our divers, along with some Lionfish. We spotted some Old Wives, Black Cod, and Nudibranches, and several Moray Eels! We also saw some Eagle Rays
For the second dive, we spotted some Surgeon Tarwhine, Blue Fusiliers and plenty more fish covering the wall – it was hard to see past them! There was a big black cod, and some turtles too!
Congratulations to Anais, Lachlan, and Grant for completing their PADI Open Water Dive Course, and to Brendan for completing his Advanced Open Water Diver Course.
Unfortunately, as of today we are unable to take customers diving due to limits of people in public areas and on vessels. We are a family of Avid Divers so we hope to continue diving during this time to bring you reports and images, to keep you keen to dive when we can return to normal business.We sincerely appreciate your support in this time!
Visibility: 15m with 20m patches
Temperature: 24°C – 25°C