The boat has just returned from a couple of launches in the Bay and the divers were beaming from ear to ear about the conditions! They were calling it 15m on the PMB, or as Ryan said “One of those days when you stick your head underwater and you can see the wreck from the surface!” The weatherman seems to be predicting pretty benign and calm weather for the next few days, so I am pretty sure the current excellent conditions will hold! The next wind we will feel is late on Sunday afternoon, so let’s hope it stays as predicted.
Graeme has found another interesting bit of reef showing nice topography which we are going to have a look at this Saturday at 0900 – the depth ranges from 21m to 35m so that might be of interest to you. And then we are having another look at Carnaby Reef again on Sunday at 1130, if you like the exploring thing.
We are also getting ready to welcome our Instructor Candidates who begin their PADI IDC with us this Sunday. Phew, another IDC!
The Bay is beautiful! Come and play! Photo by Jan de Bruyn
Launches for the Weekend:
Friday 13th November:
1000: Partridge Point (max depth 21m)
1200: Pyramid Rock (max depth 12m)
Saturday 14th November:
0900: New Site exploration – depth range between 21m and 35m – reef is roughly equidistant from Pie Rock Reef and Fan Reef
1130: Partridge Point (max depth 21m)
1400: Pyramid Rock (max depth 12m)
Sunday 15th November:
0900: Rockeater wreck (max depth 35m)
1130: Carnaby Street (max depth 22m)
1400: Partridge Point (max depth 21m)