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Archive for August 2019

What’s the Difference Between PADI Master Scuba Diver and Divemaster?

What’s the Difference Between PADI Master Scuba Diver and Divemaster?

Master Scuba DiverTM, Divemaster, Master Scuba Diver, Divemaster… sometimes it all sounds the same, doesn’t it? You may ask, what’s the difference? While these two diving qualifications seem comprised of the same words, they are quite different.

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference is between a […]

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Top 7 Jobs for Scuba Divers

Top 7 Jobs for Scuba Divers

Born to dive but forced to work? Below are some of the top career options for scuba divers. Most, but not all, require a Divemaster or Instructor scuba certification. Become a PADI® Professional, and you’ll always have a “Plan B.” 

#1 Dive Guide or Dive Instructor

A PADI Divemaster or Instructor certification is one of the best […]

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New measures to protect blue swimmer crabs

New measures to protect blue swimmer crabs

Western Australia’s popular blue swimmer crab stock will be given additional protection through several new measures being introduced to the south west later this year.

Changes being implemented are:

a seasonal crab closure will be brought in for recreational and commercial fishers between 1 September and 30 November in all waters from the […]

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Cooling off at Point Peron after the warmest August day on record

Cooling off at Point Peron after the warmest August day on record

Wednesday 28 August 2019

Manta Club divers at Point Peron

Maybe it was the warmest August day ever on record for Perth that had eleven divers stampeding to cool themselves off this evening. What ever it was, it just got better and better as the amazing flat calm […]

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Bacon and eggs pave the way for a cave & ledge filled dive

Bacon and eggs pave the way for a cave & ledge filled dive

Sunday 25 August 2019

Sunday club divers at Point Peron Rockingham

This week we took the club dive down to Point Peron in Rockingham on the hunt for some weedy sea dragons. After some bacon and eggs we made our way down to the main […]

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More than just a moray at the BHP Bulk Jetty

More than just a moray at the BHP Bulk Jetty

Wednesday 21 August 2019

Having set up the last night dive at the Bulk Jetty and then had to pass it over due to flu, I was keen to see the Moray Eel reported, so with easterlies keeping the swell at bay a revisit was on the […]

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Octopus, crays and scorpion fish at Ammunition Jetty

Octopus, crays and scorpion fish at Ammunition Jetty

Sunday 18 August 2019

Manta Club at Ammo Jetty

After our BBQ we made our way down to Ammo Jetty and began to get ready. 

It had been a while since myself and my 5 fellow buddies had dived here so we had high hopes. 

Once kitted up we entered the beautiful […]

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Queenslanders think they’re better than West Australian’s

Banana Bender thinks he’s better than Sandgroper’s – he may be right!

Wednesday 14 August 2019

Marcus joins us for the club night dive – super star!

It only takes one person to turn up and we have a buddy pair, and mega respect to Marcus US tourist, on his way around the world, landed at 9am that […]

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Departure for a Truk Lagoon holiday, and first day of diving the Kiyosumi & Yamagiri Maru

Departure for a Truk Lagoon holiday, and first day of diving the Kiyosumi & Yamagiri Maru

13-14 July 2019

5:40am Saturday 13th July 2019, 14 Perth Scuba Trukkers gathered at the Air Niugini counters at Sydney International Airport for their first group check in. For many, the two & half year wait was finally over. Truk Odyssey, […]

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South Mole wall hides napping stingray, octopus and giant squid

South Mole wall hides napping stingray, octopus and giant squid

Sunday 11 August 2019

Sunday club divers at South Mole Fremantle

This Sunday morning we took the club dive to southmole Fremantle, with 4 keen divers ready to get in the water we got stuck into our BBQ breakfast then made our way down to the site.

At South mole […]

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Cuttlefish puts on a fantastic tentacle dance at Kwinana Grain Terminal

Cuttlefish puts on a fantastic tentacle dance at Kwinana Grain Terminal

Wednesday 7 August 2019

Surprisingly good conditions at the Kwinana Grain Jetty this evening. A bit of surge, and a very low tide that kept mid jetty maximum depth to less then 6m.

My buddy and I saw 4 seahorses all attached to tubular fan worms. A […]

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Seahorse whisperer celebrates 100 dives at BHP Jetty

Seahorse whisperer celebrates 100 dives at BHP Jetty

Sunday 28 July 2019

Manta Club divers at BHP Jetty on Sunday morning

It was The Sea Horse Whisperer Andy’s 100th Dive, so it was fitting that the conditions were near perfect (except for the seasonal bloody cold) with flat calm waters and visibility that took the diving at the […]

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