Sunday 25th January – Great Diving Conditions at South Solitary Island!
[vc_column width=”1/2″]After a day off from diving we were all very keen and eager to get back in to the water today.
With ideal surface conditions, Buchanan’s wall was chosen for our first dive. All the usual suspects were spotted including Black Cod, Lionfish, Cuttlefish and an array of Nudi’s.
Dive two was everybody’s favorite drift from Shark Gutters to the Gantry. Again there was so much to see including “Scooter” the Shovel Nose Ray, a Giant Bull Ray, Eagle Rays and hundreds of schooling Tarwhine and Goatfish.
Nice on top today
- Temp 23C
- Vis 10-15m