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  We have been trying to get back to Barrons Hut for a while.  This Saturday we had good weather and reasonably calm waters.  The viz was excellent.  We did 2 dives on Nitrox.  The first was to a maximum depth of 26m and an average of 21m for 56 mins.  We had a 55 minute surface interval then dived again to 27m with an average of 19m for 48 mins.  I did get into deco and spent 10 mins on the deco bar.  We could have stayed longer but did not fancy a longer decompression time. It really was as good as it gets.  The caves and tunnel were fantastic and the fish life prolific.  Amongst the fish were groper, trevally, old wives, nudies, bullseye and stingarees.  On the second dive were were joined by 8 divers from Sea Tamer II.  The current was coming up and at one stage one of the anchors came off it's rope.  We could not find the anchor until we were topside.  One of the divers on Sea Tamer had brought it up.


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