Easter weekend as fantastic............. perfect weather with blue skies, calm warm seas and great visibility so we did as many longer distance boat dive sites as possible!!.......almost all of the top 10 dive sites.
Our top 10 include Brissaire Rocks and the neighbouring rocks of Dragons Teeth. Always several shoals of fish and passing pelagics to keep everyone interested including the '' must see a shark'' boys and girls.
The wreck of the ENNERDALE , a British Royal Auxilliary Fleet tanker sunk in 1970 after hitting an uncharter rock is always a highlight . Lying on its starbourd side , 30 meters to the sandy bottom and 18 meters on the top............. this is a huge wreck!! Visited by large grouper, shark, rays and shoals of fish it is an advanced divers dive due to depth and probable current.
Also visited was Shark Bank..........which should be renamed as Rays Mount as it is almost always possible to guarantee Eagle Rays overhead and large blue Marble rays on the ground. With a given maximun depth of 30 meters , an average of 25 meters and a shallow top of 22 meters this is a good computer guided dive over granitic rocks in the middle of the sea half way between Mahe Island and Shillouette Island . Always a favourite long distance boat dive site .
Glad to say we had lots of divers, chocolate and EASTER bunnies . Trust everyone had as good a weekend as us