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Swimming with schooling snapper, little salmon and trevally

Manta Club dive at Kwinana Grain Terminal

Swimming with schooling snapper, little salmon and trevally

Manta Club dive

This Sunday morning was great for diving again, the wind was quite moderate and was from the southern direction; the water surface was just beginning to develop small ripples. After attending the  pre-Club-Dive barbecue, twenty eight divers of (almost) all possible PADI certification levels headed towards Kwinana Grain Terminal. Visibility was at 4-6 meters, and slightly better in the middle section of this spacious dive site, where multiple fish schools were seen feeding. It was almost a “fish restaurant” type of underwater scenery.

 The octopus were mostly hiding today (some divers have seen several though) as well as squid and other frequently seen residents of KGT (like scorpionfish). Among the notable fish species, for the most part,  some large greenish Leatherjackets cruised between the pylons, whilst skillfully avoiding the anodes. Little specimens of talma, stripeys, snapper, and trevally hovered around sponges and corals. Swimming alongside these schooling fish was a great experience. All divers enjoyed exploring the Terminal, and the overall dive experience was fun. 

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

Written by Mikhail Vasiliev – Perth Scuba PADI Instructor

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