Vobster Quay

Updated: Mar 13, 2020

Water temperature in Vobster Quay yesterday was still a reasonable 15 degrees, until you get below 15m (at which point it drops to 11c) and possibly even less below 20m. But we did not go that deep.

Instead Sam & I explored the aircraft fuselage on dive 1 and the Jacquin II boat wreck on dive 2. While exploring the wreck we were joined by a freediver who went into the cabin through the window and out through the hole in the roof. He didn’t stay long!

Checking out the aircraft fuselage.

3D computer image of Jacquin II.

#Vobster #Trips #Wrecks


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