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19 May 2018 Dive the Gulf

Saturday 19 May 2018 was an exploration dive to find objects that have been damaging Professional Fisherman's nets.

Saturday 19 May18 three boats from the Seawolf Dive Club departed O’Sullivan Beach Boat Ramp to search for objects that have been snagging professional fisherman’s nets.
The weather was really favourable with a light breeze and smooth seas.
After about 40 minutes we arrived at the first waypoint and spent nearly an hour conducting grid and circular searches using sonar. Unfortunately nothing was found.
We then set off to the next waypoint that was about 20 kms away.
Upon arrival at the second waypoint we commenced a circular search pattern looking for any object that might snag nets. After an extensive search of the area we gave up and decided to have a dive on the Seawolf.
Conditions at the dive site were not the best due to the recent rain there was a lot of silt in the water and visibility was quiet poor as the first photo shows and there was a strong current.
Wolf found a toilet and he wanted to move to the Seawolf which was accomplished. There are some photos of the dive and the move of the toilet.

 

                                                  

 

 

                                                 

Dive in the Gulf 28 April 2018

Exploration dives

We are looking for objects in the Gulf that are giving professional fishermen grief by snagging and destroying their nets.

 

Catch & Cook 6 - 8 April 18

6-8 Apr ‘18 Catch and Cook at Warrina.

You could not have had better conditions for a dive on the Hobart.
The sea was like a lake. It was low tide so there was very little current and the visibility was 10 meters plus.
The coral on the ship appeared to be in full bloom and there was fish activity everywhere you looked.
After the dive we headed back to the camp ground to indulge in a BBQ that was prepared by Rudy our Master Chef.

Port Germein Jetty Dive 16 - 18 Feb

 Challenge dive in the vicinity of Port Germein Jetty. 

Edithburgh Jetty 18 Aug 17 Cancelled due to weather.

As part of the Seawolves York Peninsular Jetty Dive Challenge the  dives on Edithburgh and Stenhouse Bay Jetties has been rescheduled for the above date.

Membership can be renewed by direct debit to the following account. Please ensure you print out your transfer receipt and bring to the next meeting.
Name: Sea Wolves Dive Club      BSB: 015208      Acc: 417913534

We meet every Tuesday evening, doors open from 7:30pm, meeting starts 8:30pm, 10 Bayford Rise, Morphett Vale, New Members Welcome!

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