This dive page actually is for a series of three dives done on various sea grass meadows near to Chub Heads, off the west coast of Bermuda. An experiment was being run by BBSR to analyse the rate of grazing on different types of sea grass over a period of 24 hours. These dives were to recover the tethered grass, and also to document the sites (or an excuse to play with a camera!). The first dive site was a bit of a trial, as we couldn't actually find the area of study! When we did, there was a wandering moon jelly (picture 2) as well as several small fish (picture 4). The second dive was a lot quicker, with the tethers being picked up with almost no problems. The final site was even quicker than the last (despite stopping for another moon jelly picture - picture 7), so we took an opportunity to explore the surrounding reefs, which had several enticing overhangs.
Max Depth: 6.7m
Dive time: 0:30
Max Depth: 6.9m Dive time: 0:19
Max Depth: 6.1m Dive time: 0:42