One look at the prognostic weather chart told me that we would not sail on schedule. The forecast was for 30 knot north-westerlies with gusts to 45 knots through out the night and for the next 24 hours.
Jagged rocky cliffs towering high above the water, seemingly insurmountable, visible from the numerous look-outs and of course the water. Known for its rich convict history, impressive cliff faces and incredible vistas Tasmania blew us - by now seasoned travellers - out off the water!
To many divers, being in the water with a Great White Shark is definitely one of the most sought after experiences possible on the planet. For some it is the adrenalin rush, for others the experience of witnessing one of the top predators known to men in its natural environment in a safe and controlled manner.
Taken while diving in the Similans. This was the first time I used an underwater camera back in 06. Photocomp April '09 - Novice
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