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    G'Day Travel, hows it hanging mate?

    Well I havent dived Palau but I have dived Truk and cant compare the two. But I found Exmouth better than Vanuatu if that is any guide. The marine flora and fauna is something to behold and I will never forget diving on a manta ray feeding station and having the majestic beast flicker the end of its wing ohh so close to my hand.

    Exmouth is pristine very clear water and the Jetty is rated as one of the best dives in the oz and only recently reopened fo divers.

    Mate, I have attached the fllowing link for you that should answer your questions. I havent dived with this mob but looks ok. Havent heard bluey about any of the operators there so any should be good.

    Exmouth Diving Centre

    Cheerio

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    The sad thing in life is that work often takes us to places that no matter how beautiful often prohibit some of the recreational pursuits. So it is with some excitment that I can advise that I am off to Exmouth for a couple of weeks on my first dive in nearly 2 years! Wow! Now for me this is a big thing cause for many years I have been in the water nearly every weekend.

    So for those of you who like me have not been able to dive Ningaloo Reef or the old Submarine jetty in Exmouth for a long while I would like to tell you I am off for a 2 weeks diving in one of the worlds best dive spots. Now all I have to do is remember the rules right...

    Dont go below 60metres, and dont hold my breathe when coming up right!

    I wonder if my gear still works.

    Cant wait for the dives and the beach and eye candy on the beach.

    Kraks
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    Definately head to Ningaloo, i'd recommend diving with Ningaloo Dreaming that way you can dive the Navy Pier (awsome dive)
    Sure i could stay on land but i dont wanna!

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    Smile Yep Was Great

    Quote Originally Posted by frozenwarp View Post
    Definately head to Ningaloo, i'd recommend diving with Ningaloo Dreaming that way you can dive the Navy Pier (awsome dive)
    Had a great couple of dives the size of the coral rout, groper, three big Grey Nurse and a Manta Ray plus hordes of Barracouda and Big eye Trevally in crystal clear water was just a legendary dive for what it is in about 15m.

    Legendary!
    If your not living on the edge your taking up too much room

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    What kind of diving is Ningaloo?

    Drift?
    Temp?
    Visibility?
    More macro or micro?
    Hard or soft corals?
    Shelves? drop offs? pillars? tunnels?

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    Smile Exmouth WA

    I was in the military stationed in Exmouth in 1976-80. Wow was the diving great.Only had one little dive shop owned by henning nielson back then and just a great bunch of folks.Sure wish i could have stayed there because i could see wat was gonna come down the pikeas far as diving and fishing opportunities ect... Its the best diving ive ever experienced and there are many other dive spots too.Well if ya got plenty of time do dive Exouth WA.

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    Great! Another spot to add to my wish list...thanks!

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    Thats what I am thinking Navy. Never enough resources to do what I wish I could. I do think Roatan is within my grasp though.
    Kelly Anderson, NREMT-P, UNMH - Abq, NM

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    Definitely goto Roatan!!! I've never had a bad dive there. Great waters and reefs to say the least.

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    My dive buddy likes to plan one big vay-cay a year...we went to Cancun this year....so, I got my bid in on Roatan for next.
    Kelly Anderson, NREMT-P, UNMH - Abq, NM

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