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  • 85 # Date: 2012-08-04 - 14:09
  • # Max Depth: 8.4m Duration: 20mins
Diver's Notes

Second dive today and much the same conditions as the earlier dive, bit of a swell & surge. Lovely blue sky for this dive which helped with the visability somewhat. Still murky though at 2-3m vis.

Spotted a harbour seal lurking in the shadows behind us as we made our way back to shore. Couldn't capture him on the camera with the bad vis. Fab second dive.

Dive Profile
Dive Location

  • Temp: Surf 19°C Bottom 14°C
  • Dive type : Recreational, Photo, video: shore
  • Visibility: Bad Water: Salt
Specific gear used
  • BCD: Aqualung - Maverick
  • Computer: Suunto - Zoop
  • Dry suit: Oceanic -
  • Mask: H2O Odyssey 3 - MS8
  • Other: Suunto - 2+1 Console (depth,air,compass)
  • Regulator: Aqualung - Glacia
  • Weights: 15 kg
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  • Dive buddies: Mick Frizzelle

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Dive Profile

  • 1. Air
  • 12L Steel     165 → 110 bar
  • Average depth: 5.6m
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Species Identified

Cancer pagurus (Edible crab) Adult edible crabs take a very wide range of prey species, and are important predators of molluscs . When on sediments, these crabs dig large pits in order to find food . Females reach maturity at carapace widths of 1...
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Centrolabrus exoletus (Linnaeus, 1758) (smallmouthed wrasse)
Phoca vitulina Linnaeus, 1758 (harbor seal) Harbour seals are good swimmers. The pinipeds serve as rudder. The body and back pinnipeds cause propulsion. The seal is highly adapted to speed with its torpedo-like body and pinna. Observations made from ships revealed t...
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