Diving Conditions

Diving Conditions | 25 February -3 March 2007

According to some the best diving at Julian Rocks ever with up to 13 Leopard Sharks in one spot. Turtles, large Bull Rays, Eagle Rays, large school of Cownose Rays, Shovelnose Rays, kingfish, anthias, neon damsels and lots of them of everything!! And to top it off a mermaid and merman getting married on [...]

Diving Conditions | 18 -24 February 2007

Harlequin Ghost pipefish seemed to have found a new home around Julian Rocks as they can be seen in a few different locations. Out wide from the Needles there were Kingfish hanging out with some Brown Sweetlips. Loads of Leopard Sharks with up to 11 individuals seen in one dive, Blind Sharks, Hinge-beak Shrimps, [...]

Diving Conditions | 11-17 February 2007

Leopard Sharks, several different species of nudibranchs, octopus, school of Cownose Rays and Eagle Rays, neon damsels everywhere. Weather Sunny and warm with a pleasant breeze. Cool nights. Sea Large swell all week, especially on Tuesday. Combined with a low tide it was hard to get the boats out. Water temperature 25°C, cooler water at the Cod Hole. Visibility 15 – 20 [...]

Diving Conditions | 4 -10 February 2007

Eagle Rays, Shovelnose Rays, Leopard Sharks, cuttlefish, crayfish, wobbegongs, Blue-spotted Stingrays, Moray eels, anthias and Blue Gropers Weather Sunny and summery, humidity increased on Friday. Sea Beautifully calm! Some current on Friday. Water temperature 26°C, but a cooler current on Thursday: brrrr… Visibility Great visibility at 15 – 20 meters

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