Diving With Yema

A diver’s watch was once that life preserving instrument that made sure we did not spend too long underwater and risk a life threatening diving injury on our return to the surface. Big names in watches like Blancpain, Rolex and Seiko led the way from the early 1950’s creating reliable ‘tool’ watches that divers could […]

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Gold in the Gap

I wax lyrical about Port Noarlunga Reef at every opportunity. It is not only one of Adelaide’s closest dive sites but also amazingly diverse in what can be experienced. One of my favourite dives here is in the deep gap that separates the north and south sections of the reef. Simply called ‘The Gap’, a […]

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Red Light District

It was a churning, swirly night dive under Port Noarlunga Jetty. The seas were breaking over the reef creating confusing eddies. Even my compass seemed to have a mind of its own. The white light from our torches turned the undersea world into a milky haze like swimming through swirling fog. Pretty soon it became […]

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