Victoria Crayfish Opening Season 2019


As a Scuba diver Catch your own feast for Christmas Lunch. There name Rock Lobster AKA Crayfish Common Names: Rock Lobster Bag limit: 2 Possession limit: (in, on or next to Victorian waters): 4 Minimum legal size: Male – 11cm carapace length. Female – 10.5cm carapace length. Closed season: Male – 15 Sep to 15 Nov inclusive. [Read More…]

IDC & Dive Masters Cheat Sheet For Scuba Diving

Equations, Meanings and Terms Reflex Respiratory Centre – Detects High Carbon dioxide Hypoxia – Insufficient Oxygen Anoxia – Severe Oxygen Depletion Hypocapnia – Insufficient Carbon Dioxide Hypercapnia – Excess Carbon Dioxide Bradycardia – Slowing of the Heart (Cold moisture on face) Apnea – Breath Holding It takes 8-12 hours to eliminate carbon monoxide Physics Water displacement (saltwater) Ltrs x 1.03 = A Object weight – [Read More…]

Papua New Guinea Dive Trip 2020

Papua New Guinea Dive Trip 2020

PNG Walindi Plantation Dive Trip Our next fantastic PNG Club Dive Trip diving around Kimbe Bay, It is located on the north coast of the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Kimbe Bay is a world-renowned scuba diving hotspot, supporting an incredibly diverse marine habitat – coral reefs, mangroves, seagrasses, deep ocean waters and seamounts. Over [Read More…]

Popes Eye Underwater Webcam

Popes Eye Underwater Webcam

First-ever rocky-reef, live-feed underwater webcam Reef Cam is Melbourne’s and Australia’s first underwater webcam to be installed. This is a great way to check out Port Phillip Bay’s coolest residents at Popes Eye, located just of Portsea Pier, Wich is about a 10 min Boat ride for Scuba Divers and snorkellers. Reef Cam is a great way to check [Read More…]

Melbourne Sea Slug Census

Melbourne Sea Slug Census 2019

Sea Slug Census 2019 Underwater Census Suggestions Photos for the census are to be taken within Port Phillip Bay, Westernport Bay and surrounds, between 00:01 am Friday 4 October 2019 – 23:59 Monday 7 October 2019.Send in one photo for each species of sea slug you encounter on census weekend. You don’t need to identify [Read More…]

Types of Scuba Diving O-rings


About the Different Types of O-rings O-rings can be made of a very long list of exotic materials; most are inappropriate for SCUBA DIVING applications. The materials commonly used in SCUBA applications appear in the following table. Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Copolymers (NBR or Nitrile) Most o-rings used in SCUBA are manufactured from Nitrile, a hydrocarbon-based synthetic rubber. [Read More…]

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