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Diving with the Suunto Eon Core wrist computer at night

Diving with the Suunto Eon Core wrist computer
It was once again Wednesday night and time for our club dive. This week Leonard from Suunto joined us so we could try out the new Eon Core Dive computer down at Ammo jetty. 

With 8 of us in total we had enough computers to go around and made our way […]

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Narcosis, Sharks, 42 metre deep wrecks and a Birthday party… how was your long weekend?

Narcosis, Sharks, 42 metre deep wrecks and a Birthday party… how was your long weekend?
Last weekend was the first of our trips to Lancelin to dive the Key Biscayne for the year and thankfully the weather gods were again on our side! 
Over 100 divers headed out to dive this iconic and awesome dive wreck over […]

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Leighton takes the Manta Club to Kwinana Grain Terminal

Kwinana Grain Terminal
Date: 27/11/16
Time in: 10:10am
Air Temp: 31°
Water Temp: 20°

We had a great start to the day with an awesome BBQ at the Perth Scuba store. Once the food had vanished we made our way down to the Kwinana Grain Terminal. Visibility was about 10m around and under the jetty thanks to the perfect blue sky above. There were a few sea creatures out […]

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The Coombe Wreck Trail

written by Brett Cook – Perth Scuba PADI Dive Master
These are elite divers, so we can’t show you their faces….

Tonight’s conditions (Wednesday 14 May 2014) with no wind, glassy water and a full moon provided some added excitement to tonight’s dive. It had been 3 months since our last night dive at the Coombe – […]

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Bragging rights at the Manta Club night dive

written by Sarah Toohey – Perth Scuba PADI Dive Master
I don’t want to brag or anything but our night dive at the North Wall of the Port Coogee marina on Wednesday 12 February 2014 was AMAZING!          
Not only did I get to watch a pod of dolphins playing in the bay […]

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Cranky Diva attacks scuba diver

written by Sarah Toohey – Perth Scuba PADI Dive Master
Back at the Rockingham Wreck Trail for a night dive on Wednesday 29 January. I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but you just get to see so much life down there!
A lot of particulates through the water so not as clear as hoped although […]

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Sunday Morning Shore Dive MEET AT PERTH SCUBA

Sunday 17th November 2013 8:30am
Join the Perth Scuba Crew for a yummy BBQ breakfast followed by a drive to the dive site of the day. The weather’s looking good for a dive ANYWHERE this weekend – and everyone is invited!
Meet the crew at Perth Scuba (180 Bannister Road, Canning Vale) at 8:30am for your dive […]

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Bonk goes the globe fish at the Grain Terminal

written by Ryan Bradley – Perth Scuba PADI Dive Master
It was mid-way through the dive last night, floating peacefully in the dark, when I thought to myself “It was a pretty average day today… but it’s all OK now.”
Diving has that effect on me – and I suspect, it does on you too. Diving at […]

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Sunny shore diving at Robb Jetty

Written by Joey Pool
Last Sunday 29th July, the Perth Scuba Crew headed off for our Club Dive to Robb Jetty in Henderson. Robb Jetty was originally constructed in the late 1800’s and was used as the point where livestock was brought down from the North-West of Western Australia, to be loaded off the ships and […]

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Albany Dive Weekender Review

written by Nat Correia, photos by Marc Van der Poel
It is rather fortunate I’m relatively fond of tradition, but after seeing the Y generations take on “what goes on tour, stays on tour” turn to “what goes on tour, goes on Facebook – and you will be tagged” and not only would it be very […]

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Our dive holiday to Truk Lagoon

Perth Scuba dived the world’s BEST WRECKS at Truk Lagoon, Micronesia in July 2011. Read about all the fun that we had, written by Lee Johnson…

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Night dive at South Ari Atoll, Maldives

Written by Glenn Storey
Our night dive south ari atoll night 3.
I remember when I was packing my bags in Australia, getting ready for my Maldives trip and I was thinking – “do i really need my dark buster or should I go with the smaller torch”. The dark buster weighs a tonne (excess baggage = […]

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