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Logbook Scuba Dive # 21 - Mornington Pier

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Logbook Scuba Dive # 21 - Mornington Pier
Date: Entry Time: Dive Time: Max. Depth:
Sun, 21-May-2006 10:30:00 40 minutes 5 metres
Dive Location: City / Island:
Mornington Pier Port Phillip Bay, VIC
Country: Dive Master:
Australia Matthew Reeves
Dive Shop: Dive Trip:
Dive Perfect -
Dive Details:
Entry: Boat Name:  
Shore -  
Start PG: Entry Time: Exit Time: End PG:
- 10:30:00 11:10:00 -
Altitude: Rep. Dive: Surface Interval:  
0 m Yes 00:40:00  
Max. Depth:     Avg. Depth:
5 metres     -
  Dive Time: Deco. Dive:
  40 minutes No
Weather: Air Temp.: Water Temp.:  
Cloudy 15 °C 14 °C  
Water: Waves: Current:  
Salt No Waves No Current  
Visibility: Horizontal Vis.: Vertical Vis.:
Average Average - -  
Weight: Dive Suit: Dive Computer:
16 kg Wetsuit 7 mm -
Equipment used on this dive:
Apeks ATX40 Octopus | Apollo Ecodiver Dive Boots | Apollo Proflex 2mm Gloves | DUI Weight & Trim 2 Harness | Mirage A250 Wrist Slate | Neptune Scorpion Gold 7mm SemiDry Wetsuit | Ocean Suits 3mm Hood | Oceanic UltraDry Snorkel | Oceanic Vortex V8 Fins | OMS Dual Bladder, Banded Wing - Rec | OMS IQ Pack BC Harness | Princeton Tec Impact XL Dive Light | Sonar Explorer Blue Silicone Mask | Suunto CB-Two-In-Line Combo Console - 1 | Suunto SK-7 Compass Console
Cylinder Set #1
Cylinder Type: Cylinder Size: Working Pressure: Supply Type:
Steel Single Cylinder 10.5 litres 232 bar Open Circuit (OC) Open Circuit (OC)
O2: He: Min. PPO2: Max. PPO2:
21% - - 1.4 bar
Air Air MOD: EAD: END:
56.6 m 56.6 m -
Start Pressure: End Pressure: Diff. Pressure:  
230 bar 30 bar 200 bar  
Avg. Depth: SAC Rate:    
- -    

Avg. Depth: SAC Rate:    
- -    
Gas Mixture:
Advanced Open Water Course with Dive Perfect, Hastings.
Search and Recovery Dive.
Instructor: Matthew Reeves

We did the first tasks okay.

On the main task to find and recover a scuba tank, we could not find it. Got lost.
I ran out of air and got out of the water.

The others still couldn't find it even when told where it should be.

I got back in and snorkelled a pattern in the search area.
Then snorkelled a pattern outside the search area.

Eventually found it outside of the search area, some 50 metres away from where it should have been.
The others retrieved it.
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