Red Rock and Twins on the 10th January’13

Todays report covers our trip to Red Rock and Twins, scroll down to find details of the conditions, who was onboard and the days highlights !

 

Red Rock

Dive 1 – Red Rock

Surface Conditions – Calm

Water Temp – 29

Visibility – 15m

Current – None

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Twins

Dive 2 – Twins

Surface Conditions – Calm

Water Temp – 29

Visibility – 15 – 20m

Current – None


 

 

 

 

 

 

Todays Highlight 

Some more fantastic diving to keep this great week going. Yet more huge Jellyfish, one getting a little stuck against the hull of our boat, another beautiful Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray and this cheek little Red Breasted Wrasse hanging around while the group performed their skills. We even had a nice placid encounter with this Titan Triggerfish who let me gut up close while he ate coral for a photograph.

Jellyfish
Jellyfish
Blue Spotted Ribbontail Ray
Red Breasted Wrasse
Titan Triggerfish

Crew Onboard

Captain P Dong, Wilco, Simone

Courses Being Taught.

Scuba Diver, Open Water, Advanced, Dive Master

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