Lake Travis – Night Dive

For the second dive of the day, we had a night dive. I had never been on a night dive before. Lee loaned me a flashlight. We had glow stick strapped on as well.

Even with the flash light vivibility wasn’t much better than 3-6′. We went down along a wall to about 60′ down. You could very easily get confused about direction. Shortly into the dive, the flashlight in my hand actually imploded under the pressure, which was only about 4 atmospheres.

Max Depth:

60

Avg Depth:

45

Air Temperature:

75

Water Temp at Surface:

72

Water Temp at Depth:

70

Pressure In:
Pressure Out:

500

Visibility Horizontal:

6

Visibility Vertical:

3

Weight:

Lake Travis

On the weekend of the 4th of July, Lee and I went with some of Lee’s friends to Lake Travis. Lee’s soon to be wife was unable to go so I used Lee’s wet suit and octopus while he used hers. Lake Travis is a flooded valley so there are pecan groves and lawn mowers to see. Visibility is not that great.
Max Depth:

60

Avg Depth:

30

Air Temperature:

95

Water Temp at Surface:

72

Water Temp at Depth:

70

Pressure In:
Pressure Out:

400

Visibility Horizontal:

10

Visibility Vertical:

10

Weight: