Spot G & Coogee – 5th October 2013

Diving conditions are starting to improve with the water temperature up to 17 degrees at the moment and the visibility has been around the 5-8metres on most dives. Our dive at Spot G was mainly to do training drills but we did do a short drift at the end of the dive with the flood tide pushing us over the wall and then north towards Shortlands Bluff. On our Coogee dive we managed to swim from the bow to the stern, even with a small amount of peno through the gunwales (this is where the crayfish hide because not many divers swim through here), then down around the stern to check out the Steering Quadrant.