Flinders Pier – Saturday 8th November 2014

Divers: Steve & Mark

Strong Northerlies are about the only wind that can stop all diving down the southern end of the bay. If the wind has a bit of West in it then Flinders is usually your best site to dive, todays wind was due north and although the surface conditions were sloppy the conditions under the water were surprisingly good. There was very little surge and the viz was about 15 metres. Of course, every diver in Melbourne had the same idea and there was at least six different groups of divers here. Steve & I completed our skills and then headed up into Flinders for a quick bit of lunch & a few quiet beers – all in all – a nice days diving.