Saturday 20th January 2018-Back at South Solitary Island
After a few days of rough seas and strong winds, we were out at South Solitary Island again yesterday and today.
With the swell dropping today, conditions were suitable for diving but not fantastic. Visibility picked up to around 10 to 15 metres today in patches, however it dropped slightly during the morning with the tide. Plenty of fishlife activity with schools of Surgeonfish and Tarwhine, along with Big Black Cod. No signs of Grey Nurse in the Shark Gutters and Cleaner Station dive-sites region. The divers also sighted a number of different Nudibranchs.
Visibility 10-15 mtrs Temp a nice 23c