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Jim Breakell

Some Brothers & Daedalus piccies

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Taken in May...

 

Hope you like them.

 

 

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Great pics mate. Well done.

 

Quick shark question... I've been considering a trip over that way, with one of the main reasons to dive with oceanic white-tips. Did you see any or are they not as common as I have been led to believe?

Nice silky pic, he looks very close!

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Great pics mate. Well done.

 

Quick shark question... I've been considering a trip over that way, with one of the main reasons to dive with oceanic white-tips. Did you see any or are they not as common as I have been led to believe?

Nice silky pic, he looks very close!

 

Hi Luke

 

Thanks!

 

We saw one oceanic white tip while diving, at Little Brother. It was only about 6-7ft long. It swam past us, but some distance away, near the surface. I know people have often seen 3 or 4 at the Brothers and also Elphinstone on a single dive, but from what I understand the sightings at Elphinstone are becoming less frequent, as there are now not only plenty of liveaboards going there but also day boats from the Marsa Alam area. I did 2 dives at Elphinstone and didn't see a shark of any description on either dive.

 

We also saw a couple of oceanics on the surface at night meandering around the boat at the Brothers.

 

I suspect it's very much luck of the draw with oceanics!

 

Jim

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