Most of the holiday makers are returning to life back in Sydney. John Warner ran the team dive from Balmoral last weekend, and the overall comments were that the dives were good, especially from the boat. A southerly wind kicked up early, which made the ride a little lumpy. The conditions this weekend are better than average, and we know that by the numbers intending to dive and the good forecasts. I suggest if you wish to get on the boat, you better call today and grab whatever is remaining.
We have had a great response to Oceanic’s 30% off sale.
The months of January, February and March are the best times for diving marine life north and south of Sydney. The currents have come in bringing water temperatures of 22 degrees plus, along with many species of pelagic fish. This is the time for you experience the best this state has to offer with regards to these diving conditions…….so we have 3 trips with spots
JERVIS BAY FEBRUARY 6TH – legendary nice bloke Bob Holloway is our guide for this weekend. Your accommodation is good, and 4 boat dives, air and your second tank are supplied for only $345 / 325 team and JB is only 2.5 hours drive south of Sydney
FORSTER / SEAL ROCKS March 6/7 – we have just added this one due to the demand. March as many as 80 grey nurse sharks at Seal Rocks. The water is usually sensational, kingfish, jewfish and turtles are regularly seen. Kevin Wass has a group going north for this one, with accommodation, 4 boat dives, air and your second tank supplied, along with a general breakfast. Cost is $325 / 299 team ans i suggest you call either store quickly to get on
SOUTH WEST ROCKS 12TH, 13TH, AND 14TH MARCH – we have scheduled to drive up on Thursday evening and dive Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the famous Fish Rock Cave. You need to be an advanced diver [or equivalent] to come along to come along on this one, and our resident Pom, Elliott, will be ensuring your satisfaction on this trip. Call either store for more details
TEAM DIVE FEBRUARY
We will have a huge turnout for the next dive day at Shelly Beach on February 14th. The new dive time is now 9am, so please ensure you arrive on time, and that will also ensure that you get a parking spot. The boat will be running 3 dives on the day for those that wish to dive somewhere a little different. Since Shelly Beach has become a marine reserve we have seen an abundance of marine life return and considering the depth of the water, it is proving to be a really great site. More info next week
We are looking for more recent photos to put up onto our website. So if you have done a dive and taken some reasonable photos, submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the site you dived