There were still lots of Snapper around on this dive, and once again they followed us around, as if we were the biggest fish in the school. There were quite a few Zebrafish grazing in one small area, and some large Leatherjackets. I saw a couple of Flathead and Moonlighters, and lots of small Sweep near to top of one rocky outcrop fairly close in. Visibility changed markedly during the dive, with some areas being quite murky but other areas being excellent.

Lots to see, and quite a shallow dive lead to us staying in the water for 100 minutes, with both of our cameras running out of battery towards the end of the dive. Kirsty dropped her camera on our way back in, but we were able to find it after going back out past where she had taken her gloves off, and swimming in again while searching the bottom for the camera.


Divers: Kirsty Batchelor, Peter Batchelor

Weather/Sea: Calm.
Visibility: 5-10 Metres.
Water temperature: 19°C.
Maximum depth: 4.3 metres.
Time of entry: 09:56am
Duration: 100 minutes.