"Nudibranchs" has been discovered on these dives

  • Amie Benge / Apollo Reef

    Sat 24, January 0015

  • Amie Benge / Docks

    Sat 24, January 0015

  • Amie Benge / Plate Ledge

    Fri 2, January 2015

  • Lewis Benge / Fly Point

    Sat 29, November 2014

    Lewis's Underwater Photography course with Kevin Deacon. First dive in my new Wing! Overweighted. 18lb plus backplate.

  • Lewis Benge / Fly Point

    Sun 30, November 2014

    30% Nitrox Less weight needed in my wing. Lewis's Underwater Photography course with Kevin Deacon

  • Lewis Benge / Heron Bommie

    Mon 29, December 2014

  • Amie Benge / Heron Bommie

    Mon 29, December 2014

  • Amie Benge / Fly Point

    Sun 30, November 2014

    30% Nitrox Less weight needed in my wing. Lewis's Underwater Photography course with Kevin Deacon

  • Amie Benge / Fly Point

    Sat 29, November 2014

    Lewis's Underwater Photography course with Kevin Deacon. First dive in my new Wing! Overweighted. 18lb plus backplate.

  • Amie Benge / Dragon Alley

    Sat 15, November 2014

    Two new customers who had not dived in a long time. Issues with their weighting.

  • Mario Herrmann / Julian Rocks

    Sat 8, November 2014

    Always a pleasure at Julian Rocks

  • Jason Koo / Tanjung Tokong

    Wed 30, April 2014

    Rental camera - underwater photographing Discover multiple nudi branch. sea turtle, big tivoli and black sweeper fish.

  • Jason Koo / Tunnel Point

    Mon 28, April 2014

    Advance Open Water Dive 3 Multilevel dive & tunnel dive Go through 3 different tunnel/hole approximate diameter 1 meter and tunnel is about 4-5 meter. Each tunnel bang twice at top wall. Need maximum negative buoyancy while passing through tunnel.

  • Jason Koo / Tunnel Point

    Thu 19, April 2012

    Slope Dive and multi level dive. Big hole tunnel to test buoyancy control. Bang tank once when pass over the tunnel. consider semi cave and tunnel dive. Like this dive.... pretty cool.

  • This time we went down to go through Fish Rock's famous cave. It was absolutely unreal! The cave was full of wobbegong sharks. We went up the chimney and bumped into a huge turtle that was feeding itself there. We also spot some lobsters, eels and nudibranches. We finished the dive going up the slope with a big school of small yellow fish. At the end of the dive we were surrounded by batfish while doing our safety stop.