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Dive HMAS Brisbane Report 10th November - 17st November 2009
Some good dive conditions have been experienced lately. While some sit and wait for a good day, others are out there diving and enjoying it. When they are diving they are discovering some great visibility and heaps of marine life as well.
15metres visibility at Mudjimba Island on the weekend is not to be sneezed at. The HMAS BRISBANE has had varied visibility as we so often see of late but the lucky ones have experienced 20 metres viz on some occasions. Water temp is up a bit also with some recording 23 and 24C.
At Blue Water, we endeavor to give the diver the 'best' experience which includes good service. We don't make promises and guarantees that we can't keep or that we don't have control over. e.g. the weather, but we do our utmost to see that you have a couple of great relaxed dives and are looked after while under our care with all comfort facilities a diver could wish for.
I love Melbourne divers. They are so easily pleased, the water is always warmer here than back at their home, it is usually always clearer, even when we have as little as 5 metres viz, they are happy. The seas are usually always calmer here than back in their home territory so this all goes together to make for some 'easy to be pleased' divers. Russell Robinson brought his group of 20 divers here on the weekend and they all seemed to have a great time. The comments in our guest book showed that they loved the Sunny Coast and the diving we had to offer. They'll be back again.
The sea conditions look like they will improve throughout this week and should hold for the weekend. The easterly wind quite often brings in some clear water too.
Always remember to phone in between 4-5pm the afternoon before the dive for an update on conditions for the next days diving.
As we have just replaced all of our hire equipment, there are 2 positives here......
1. all hire equipment, being new, is of the latest models and in excellent condition and.......
2. this means we now have 32 sets of hire equipment that is now being completely serviced and some sets are ready to be offered as cheap purchases for the budding diver wishing to get their own gear.
Enquire instore for availability and price.
Harry from Blue Water
HMAS Brisbane dive specialists Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia
Dive HMAS BRISBANE with Blue Water.