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diver-hloc

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Re: Bedok Jetty
« Reply #10 on: 11 Aug 14, 11:25 »
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  • i tried it once with a couple of friends about 5 years ago. in summary, don't waste your time.


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    Re: Bedok Jetty
    « Reply #11 on: 11 Aug 14, 11:51 »
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  • vis was like 50 cm because of the bright sun reflecting off the sand particles and silt in the water. no life. you need to fin out almost to the end of the jetty to even reach 2m. it's a really long way to fin. i wouldn't do it again.

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    Re: Bedok Jetty
    « Reply #12 on: 13 Aug 14, 11:34 »
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  • Very cool video! Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Bedok Jetty
    « Reply #13 on: 13 Aug 14, 16:23 »
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  • The video was shot at high tide (2.4 meter) and I read 5-6 meters on the depth gauge at the end of the jetty.  About 3 meters around half way down.  There we a huge number of small fish schooling at the end of the jetty.  From observation visibility is better there on the high tide, so it sounds like if you were at 3 meters at the end of the jetty, this was low water.  However there is no way this is going to be a great dive spot, but no worse than Hantu on a bad day.