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3 - 7 November 2016
4 Night - FLY DIVE CORAL SEA EXPEDITION
- JP


Conditions Report

Visibility

40m / 131ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Jen Moloney - Australia

The diving & marine life was incredible. The singalong was really lovely & the shark feed just plain awesome.

Andrzej Zieminski - Poland

Excellent diving & dive briefs, full of information. Great support from staff.

Sarah Newman - United Kingdom

Very well organised, planned & directed. Dive sites were well selected. Crew were fantastic




7 -10 November 2016
3 Night - FLY DIVE COD HOLE EXPEDITION
- JP


Conditions Report

Visibility

20m / 66ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Sully Schuster - Australia

Best thing without a doubt the crew! Night dives were really cool, loved Clam Beds & Flare Point.

Hilary Rushton - England

Excellent, very helpful staff. Organised & knowledgeable. Well chosen dive sites & very comprehensive briefs.

Terry Sommerauer - United States

Trevally, swim throughs, cuttlefish, potato cod & the beautiful massive corals.




10 - 14 November 2016
4 Night - FLY DIVE CORAL SEA EXPEDITION
- JS


Conditions Report

Visibility

50m / 164ft

Water temperature

29°C / 84°F




Guest Reviews

Nadine Merryfield - Canada

All parts of the expedition were amazing. Whale shark & potato cod were a real highlight.

Nathan Christensen - Australia

Enjoyed seeing the beautiful reefs and a whale shark! The best service on board could not have received better.

Kathy Tassoni - Canada

The food, the staff, the diving, the rooms, lots of sharks & the whale shark!


‘Big surprise’ for Shark Feed finale.


Guests this week were treated to the best diving conditions of the year, with glass out conditions and 50 meter plus visibility at the Coral Sea. A huge oceanic manta ray came up to the dive platform to say hello at Bouganville reef, and everyone had a big surprise with a whale shark making a few slow passes at the end of the shark feed dive.
From the dive deck - Ollie Pitcher, Trip Director - November 17. 2016



14 -17 November 2016
3 Night - FLY DIVE COD HOLE EXPEDITION
- JS


Conditions Report

Visibility

20m / 66ft

Water temperature

29°C / 84°F




Guest Reviews

Lesa Muir - Australia

Every dive showed something different & diverse.The staff, facilities & food made for an all-round great experience.

Hillery Midkiff - Columbia

Cuttlesish, leatherbacks, Gotham City at night all great diving. Awesome cabin double bed & accommodation!

Tom Pfeiffer - Australia

The dive sites were amazing. Staff made you feel welcome, safe & confident.




17 - 21 November 2016
4 Night - FLY DIVE CORAL SEA EXPEDITION
- JP


Conditions Report

Visibility

30m / 98ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Gael Sanney

Crew were amazing! Boat is well equiped & comfortable. Everything is thought of for the divers. Really appreciated.

Michael Ballard - United States

Night diving at the Cod Hole & the last dive at Half Way served to conclude an excellent trip.

Sheila Deluca - Canada

The crew were amazing and accommodating to everything & everyone. The diving was great. No one thing - everything!




21 -24 November 2016
3 Night - FLY DIVE COD HOLE EXPEDITION
- JP


Conditions Report

Visibility

15m / 49ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Mathew Scharfstein - United States

The crew was fantastic. Friendly, helpful & knowledeable. Couldn't ask for a more professional & fun group of people than the crew you have assembled.

Chris Glinski - United States

Everything about the diving. Loved the sharks on the night dive. cuttlefish, octopus. Lighthouse & Steve's Bomie were easy to navigate & fun to dive.

Gwen Griffin - United States

Fun & knowledgeable staff. Loved the variety in the diving. Cuttlefish, nudibranchs, awesome night dive & giant, giant clams!




24 - 28 November 2016
4 Night - FLY DIVE CORAL SEA EXPEDITION
- JP


Conditions Report

Visibility

40m / 131ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Kira Wheelhouse - Australia

Fabulous diving, excellent staff. Dungeons & Dragons & Middle Earth a real diving highlight.

Carlos Morales - United States

Everything was absolutely stellar. Crew, food & dive sites. A great experience.

Annie John - United States

Shark feed an all time favourite. Incredible diving. Voulme of sharks, variety of fish & clear visibility.


Truly Amazing Tiger


Night divers were confronted by a stunning 2.5-meter tiger shark at Holmes dive site Amazing. In awe, kneeling on the sand guests observed the graceful tiger shark at close range before she swam off into the night.
From the dive deck - Ollie Pitcher, Trip Director - November 24-28



28 November - 5 December 2016
7 Night - Turtle Spectacular - Far Northern Reefs
- JS


Conditions Report

Visibility

50m / 164ft

Water temperature

28°C / 82°F




Guest Reviews

Gail Hunter - Australia

I have dived all over the world & never seen reefs as beautiful as those of the Far Northern Reefs.

John Guilliatt - Australia

Great choice of dive sites. All fantastic dives. Raine Island is amazing. Privilege to swim the Pandora site.

Jan Gustausson - Sweden

Absolutely fantastic untouched reefs! Sharks. turtles & quality of the reefs. Amazing diving!


An Amazing Adventure


The Far Northern Turtle Spectacular to Raine Island has been the highlight of the year. 100 green turtles were seen on a single Raine Island dive. You could feel your skin tingle as you descended to the historic Pandora Wreck. Pristine coral sites had bountiful fish from the small and bazar to abundant sharks. Schooling mobula rays and mantas played in the upwelling currents. An amazing adventure!
From the dive deck - Ollie Pitcher, Trip Director - November 28-5



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