My second dive of the day is a war of 1812 wreck called"The Prince Regent" Another beginner dive. It sits in about 14-20 feet of water. Not very deep. Again I had some buoyancy issues. I think it had more to do with the shallow depth of the water. I dropped four pounds of weight from earlier, and it seems to have helped. I was fine once I got past about 12 feet.I think for tomorrow,I'll keep the weight off.
The dive was a bit clearer than the first, but there is a lot less boat traffic at this site. The visibility was better as well. I saw more fish this time. Bass, Perch, and mud pout.
The ship was a bit more spread out, and a bit more varied in depth. It wasn't just laying flat. I enjoyed this more than my first dive. I can't wait until tomorrow!!! with a little luck; I'll be certified by this time tomorrow.
Rebecca was my dive buddy again for this dive. I'm sure diving with someone you've come to trust has made it easier.
Almost flat calm seas. Easy access to dive site from the cul de sac. High tide was at 19:00 approx. Visability was down to about 3-4 m with quite a lot of sediment in the water. Still, it was an excellent dive and the sunset on surfacing was amazing. Few fish about, mostly starfish and crab.
Este mergulho serviu para testar a utilização de fatos secos, uma vez que nunca tinha experimentado.
A experiência não foi muito agradável uma vez que o fato me estava muito apertado no pescoço e senti algumas dificuldades ao respirar e ao mexer-me.