Welcome to the new updated VSAG website! We have a lot of content to add over the following weeks so please be patient. Have a look around and come back regularly to find out what is going on and check out all the previous photo competition entries and winners.
VSAG will once again be supporting the Great Victorian Fish Count. We hope to survey some or all of the following dive sites:
A Graveyard Wreck
The George Kermode
At long last we got the boats out again today with 3 full boats diving the Pinnacle and George Kermode out of Newhaven, Phillip Island.
Really shocked at how much the George Kermode has deteriorated.
We even found time to hop further down the coast and check out the wreck of the Speke.
Hopefully boating season is on again now.
Continuing the clubs focus on Safety we have now taken delivery of three more Oxygen kits. These will be located on Peter Galvin’s, John Ashley’s and Grant Callow’s boats for the coming diving season. Together with the existing two sets, one of which is located at Scuba Doctors and one at my place in Frankston South we should now have the capability to put two divers onto O2 long enough for medical assistance to be reached on all of our diving days.
Victorian Sub Aqua Group
Come and join us for our September General Meeting this coming Tuesday 18th September at the Water Rat Hotel, South Melbourne at 20.00. Our presenter on the night will be Ian Scholey who will tell us the wonderful diving available at Tawali, Papua New Guinea. There will also be a short presentation from David Geekie on Solo Diving, updates from around the club and we will judge the VSAG August Photo Contest.
A Gale Warning caused the cancellation of todays planned dive on VHB54. Still keen for a dive I headed to Blairgowrie for an early morning splash.