Most of the club diving activites this month have centred around an old wooden Dhow discovered by the club, interestingly named the BigPro Dhow. The diving conditions on the Dhow have varied from crystal clear and coolish at the beginning of the month to low visibility and getting warmish towards the end of the month. The frenzy of activities have included fish spotting, as the wreck is teaming with relatively tame fish including large John Dory, yellow tipped tuna, cow tail rays etc... We have laid and mislaid lines, lost things and carried out an interesting series of circular searches to find them again. All to build up our technical skills, debating skills and to have fun!
Also this month saw the appearance of a strange beast near where we dive in Dibba - a sawtooth shark!
Ian Hussey and Dive Club writers.