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Sydney Double Boat Dive

Dive Sites

Dive Rating Key
Green: Ideal for beginner divers and is a easy dive.
Blue: For the more experienced diver with a greater level of skill in the water.
Black: Experienced divers only. Black dive sites may experience challenging conditions such as currents and deep.
Day Date am/pm  Dive Site Rating Depth Action
Thu 02-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Fri 03-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 04-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 04-Apr-2020  am North Harbour Aquatic Reserve* 
Green
23m Book Now
Sun 05-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sun 05-Apr-2020  am Old Mans Hat* 
Green
23m Book Now
Thu 09-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Fri 10-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 11-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 11-Apr-2020  am Old Mans Hat* 
Green
23m Book Now
Sun 12-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sun 12-Apr-2020  am Manly Bommie* 
Green
16m Book Now
Thu 16-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Fri 17-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 18-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 18-Apr-2020  am Old Mans Hat* 
Green
23m Book Now
Sun 19-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sun 19-Apr-2020  am Old Mans Hat* 
Green
23m Book Now
Thu 23-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Fri 24-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 25-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sat 25-Apr-2020  am South Head* 
Blue
24m Book Now
Sun 26-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now
Sun 26-Apr-2020  am South Head* 
Blue
24m Book Now
Thu 30-Apr-2020  am Long Reef* 
Blue
25m Book Now



*The Dive Sites schedule are a guide of where we are planning to go and are in no way guaranteed. If we can't go to the divesite due conditions, then the cruise director will nominate the next best suitable spot. There is no refund if we do not make it to the planned dive sites.

Long Reef

Depth:25m Rating:Blue

Located North of Sydney Harbour. The main site at Long Reef is located along a large rock wall and drops to 15 to 20 metres. There is a huge rock formation that has a large swim-through running from east to west called The Cathedral. The cathedral one of the sites highlights is formed by two massive boulders leaning against each other and is covered in sea tulips, sponges and bryozoans. The Cathedrals ceiling is always abundant with sealife. Once you reach the western side it is home to masses of fish; bullseyes, roughies, yellowtail, pike and tailor. There are plenty of starfish, large cuttlefish, wobbegongs and Port Jackson sharks. We find visibility gets much clearer during winter so keep this site in mind for a mid winter dive. Swimming north of the cathedral and following the wall you come across large gutters, frequented by young grey nurse sharks. Note - Watch for strong currents.

To find out more please check this link out 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q6Gxy7rhYw

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Manly Bommie

Depth:16m Rating:Green

Located off the northern end of Manly Beach, the top of Manly Bombie is in 10 meters and goes down to a maximum depth for 16 meters. There are swim-throughs and lots of fish including Schooling King Fish. There is lots of cool Macro stuff too, an ideal site for the avid underwater photographer. Snap away and enjoy a relaxing green rated dive.

 

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North Harbour Aquatic Reserve

Depth:23m Rating:Green

A Marine Protected Area north of a line drawn from North Head to grotto Point.

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Old Mans Hat

Depth:23m Rating:Green

A truly magical rocky reef dive accessible only by boat. Under the towering curve of Sydney Heads, the rocks jumble into the water and slowly give way to sponge gardens and a sandy kelp bottom. Old Mans Hat suits all levels of experience. The area is rocky with a few sandy patches. Sponges and soft coral can be found on the rocky bottom. Expect to see blue groper, cuttlefish, lizard fish, yellow tails, nudibranchs, pygmy leatherjackets, shrimps, ascidians, sponges, sea squirts and all sorts of other temperate marine life.

 

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South Head

Depth:24m Rating:Blue

When the Sealife V visits South Head it pulls into a shallow area near the rocks. Divers get into the water and drop down to a rocky bottom at 8 metres.  From here you can make your way down to a maximum depth of 14 metres. Along the way there are a series of overhangs where you can normally find cuttlefish and lots of octopus. There is also the usual assortment of fish swimming happily through the waters. Its a great, easy dive for beginning and intermediate divers out on the boat.

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*All Prices are Per Person and Prices may vary depending on Start Dates.

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