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Manta Club dive at Point Peron

Plenty of sun, caverns, dolphins, and a large sting ray

The swells and winds slowed down recently, and we had perfect sunny conditions at many dive sites, and also at Point Peron, where it all looked really good today.  After our barbeque, we headed there to see near-flat water surface and the visibility was at least 5-7 meters.  The main attraction there was (as usual) a tricky possibility of finding some excellent caverns filled with teams of large fish of several species. These caves aren’t all easy to find, even on good visibility days. Divers from our group found some “classic”  caverns, which were undoubtely among the best ones in there, adding to each diver’s number of caverns visited.  A Sting Ray of gigantic proportions (of parking space scale) was witnessed by some of our crew.  One of Perth Scuba’s newest divemaster trainees has progressed towards his certification after doing very well at the dive-site briefing, and also in his exercise aimed at leading a group of certified divers on an underwater tour.  Some of our crew have witnessed dolphins cruising alongside nearby, whilst underwater. Some more dolphins came to swim near Turtle Rock as we were coming out from the water after a great dive. 

Divers at Point Peron 19 August 2018

The all-seasons  Manta Club crew (fifteen of us attending the Club dive today) enjoyed this spectacular diving spot at all available depths ranging from a few meters to about 10m just outside the reef line, after a good swim in the NW direction.

Thanks everyone for coming to this Manta Club dive! See you on next dives soon!

Mikhail Vasiliev – Perth Scuba PADI Instructor

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