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3 Island Cruise - Port Phillip Bay

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3 Island Cruise - Port Phillip Bay

Postby maverick » 31 Mar 2018, 23:01

A video of the trip around the 3 islands in Islands at the bottom end of PPB.
You ended up being correct Shane, no fishing. :lol:

Well past the edge, almost at the point of no return.
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Re: 3 Island Cruise - Port Phillip Bay

Postby Kiwidundee » 01 Apr 2018, 16:07

Looks a great trip. Would be a big day in the outback though. :D
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Re: 3 Island Cruise - Port Phillip Bay

Postby Jacko » 01 Apr 2018, 18:14

Nice video Mav, thanks
Brings back memories of dive trips on the inflatable zodiac almost 30 years ago.
We would entertain ourselves between slack water dives by;
Exploring South Channel Fort. (Looks like from the footage it has been renovated for the tourists).
Trudging through the soft sand on mud island & learning the hard way how the Island got its name.
Drift diving along the walls of popes eye then making our way to the inside by clambering over the rocks.

Like Kiwi said - more than a big day on an outback, I haven't done any trips on the Southern end of the bay on my outback yet.
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Re: 3 Island Cruise - Port Phillip Bay

Postby peatop » 01 Apr 2018, 19:01

Kiwidundee wrote:Looks a great trip. Would be a big day in the outback though. :D

I don't have an outback but still agree an awesome trip :up: watched your preceeding vid on tuna off port fairy in you outback with Eon and Grant another great vid to watch ;)
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