We must have seen 12 leafy sea dragons, one *huge* butterfish in the weeds, a big cuttlefish, the underside of a big squid boat, lots of little squid, baby schnapper and flathead. Lots of fish were out that night!
Vis was excellent, all day it'd been great, and this time was no exception.
My new torch worked well, unlike the "old" (bought 2 weeks previously!) one which filled with water and died. Shonky o-rings ... The semidry continues to please me. It was 15 degrees in the water and about 10 in the air, and I wasn't in the least cold.
|Dive No.||10||Location||Portsea Pier|
|Date||24th April 1999||Time||18:30|
|Type||shore nightdive||Bottom time to date||6:03||Time this dive||0:54|
|Pressure Group||-||Pressure Group||-|
|Air in (bar)||140||Air out (bar)||70|
|Air temp (C)||10||Water Temp (C)||15|
|Visibility (m)||10||Buddy||Michael Houlahan|