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VSAG Photo Gallery - Artificial Reefs - HMAS Canberra

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Album Name: HMAS Canberra
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Marking the site-38 viewsAlan Beckhurst prepares one of six shot lines placed to identify the area the Canberra could be scuttled in.
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Mid ship marker-19 viewsMarker buoy positioned where the Canberra lay mid ship.
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Keeping lookout-31 viewsVARS strategist Mike Reed, John Lawler and OZ Dive Charter boat operator Tom Wende keeping a watch on the underwater progress of the survey divers.
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Spot on!-31 viewsSurvey divers Mick Jeacle and Barry Truscott surface after a 240 metre bottom journey survey at 30 metres depth... great underwater navigation skills finding the buoy line.
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It's an ideal site!-31 viewsGREAT NEWS for the survey… the bottom is all sand!!! John Lawler congratulates Tom Wende for locating an ideal ex HMAS Canberra scuttling site.
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Getting ready again-42 viewsMick Jeacle and Barry Truscott prepare for the site survey dive into 33 metres.
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How far?-51 viewsMike Reed and Barry Truscott debate the relative distances.
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This far?-40 viewsAlan Beckhurst and John Lawler debate some relative distances.
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Happ snapper!-32 viewsMark Green, site diver and photographer.
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VARS HMAS Canberra site survey team-43 viewsThe VARS HMAS Canberra sink site survey team Wednesday, 18th March 2007, at the Queenscliff Marina.
(L to R) John Lawler, Tom Wende, Mick Jeacle, Mike Reed, Alan Beckhurst, Barry Truscott, photo Mark Green.
   
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