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Dive Log - 22 & 23 Oct 2011

dscf2375On Saturday 22 Oct we had two PADI Discover Scuba Diving sessions at the Savoy hotel. Some were very nervous to go underwater but as they got used to the feeling of breathing underwater it was more difficult to get them out the water. All 4 of them also decided to do an ocean dive on Sunday morning.

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Ocean Safari 15 October 2011

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Saturday 15 October another Ocean Safari was done with some of the students from the JBay Language School. The weather was great and we were all hoping to see some buffalo....

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JBay Dive Fest 30 Sept - 2 Oct 2011

On 30 September 2011 our dive fest kicked off with cloudy, windy weather and only one launch was done due to bad visibility. On Saturday morning the weather had cleared and so had the visability. Divers enjoyed 18 deg water with 8 to 10m viz.

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Dive Log 8 & 9 October 2011

On Saturday 8 Oct we did an early morning launch with a light easterly blowing. Warm water and 9m viz awaited the divers as we  made our way to Flat Rock reef. Some nice Red Romans and other reef fish were spotted.

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Dive Log - Sunday 18 September 2011

thumb_DSC_5938markedReport and photos by Paul van Jaarsveld

Sunday morning at 8am saw a full launch, with the boat filled to capacity. The ocean was pretty much flat. Due to wave like sandbanks that formed over the weekend, getting the boat into deep enough water was more of an effort than actually making it past the breakers. The surf in the bay was really small. We were going to do a shallow dive on Discovery Channel, but due to the viz that did not look great close to shore due to algae, we ventured a little further to Jagged Edge to find a shallow piece of reef with better viz. On the open sea, the SW wind blew at 19 kts which resulted in a similar surface current to Friday night, but just in the opposite direction. Neville took the line and the rest of us did a near negative entry to elimanate drift.

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