After not being able to get a park at Blairgowrie the last time we went down to the peninsula, we decided to have another try. This time there was plenty of carparking, and there were lots of divers in the water, some of them training, and many more taking photos, looking for nudibranchs and juvenile seahorses.

We saw several different nudibranchs, but no seahorses. It turns out that we should have been looking up near the surface. We did find a Peanut Worm,  and there were quite a few Old Wives under the protective mats set along the edge of the pier, along with Bullseyes,, Leatherjackets, and female Wrasse.

Divers: Kirsty Batchelor, Peter Batchelor

Weather/Sea: 5 Kt Southerly.
Visibility: 8 Metres.
Water temperature: 18°C.
Maximum depth: 5.6 metres.
Time of entry: 10:22
Duration: 98 minutes.