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Dive Log - 27 May 2012

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After a chilly pool sessions with some of the students from the JBay Language School on Saturday we had a surprisingly warm dive on Discovery Channel Reef on Sunday. A leopard cat shark was spotted, some nice nudi's and there were still lots of fish life. A couple of double sash butterfly fish also made their appearance to the delight of the divers doing their PADI Discover Scuba dive.

 As the name states this reef always amazes you with different gullies and rock formations to be seen on every dive due to the surge. With the depth ranging from 12m deep to 5m on top of some of the pinnacles it is also a great reef for photography. Unfortunately the swell doesn't always allow us to dive this reef but always an interesting dive. Here are some pics of the dive thanks to Johan

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