Abyss Scuba Diving

Welcome to the Abyss Scuba Diving Blog. We are using this blog to keep everyone up to date with all the important related to Sydney Diving and other issues which are important to those who dive in the Abyss.

Dive & Dine

Dive & Dine

Dive & Dine There’s no better way to kick off the weekend than to jump on our Friday afternoon Dine & Dive single boat dive. Kerryn Blanch, one of our customers on the first Dive & Dine boat commented:  “What a perfect way to finish […]


Magic Point

Magic Point

Jump on our boat and head on out for a wonderful day of adventure at Magic Point… Known in Sydney as one of the best boat dive sites capturing every diver’s heart with the resident Shark population! But if you are a freediver! No stress, […]


Comfortable Boat Diving

Comfortable Boat Diving

A Boat For The Lazy Diver!  Shore diving is great, it is free and can be done anytime. But if you  find carrying your gear to the site up and down hills hard, or the exits of a shore dive challenging or even the issue […]


A Dive Boat For Sydneys Needs

A Dive Boat For Sydneys Needs

Scuba Boat Custom Built For Sydney Divers It is always interesting listening to people after they have been on a dive boat to see what they thought about it. The actual underwater experience always comes up in the discussion but as well as what marine […]


Marcus Rimmeld

Marcus Rimmeld

Marcus learnt to dive in school as part of an ocean studies subject in 1993 and progressed to Advanced Open Water that year. After many years away from diving, he rediscovered his passion for the ocean and diving in 2014 while holidaying on a tropical […]


If Only The Best Will Do.

If Only The Best Will Do.

Atomic T25 Reculator If you want the best looking and best breathing regulator on the market that is also a limited edition then the Atomic T25 is for you. It is beautiful above and below the water and with very limited numbers you will need to get […]


Do You Find It Hard To Get Your Wetsuit On?

Do You Find It Hard To Get Your Wetsuit On?

Wetsuits do need to be tight. Put simply a wetsuit works by trapping a small amount of water between the neoprene and your body. Your body heat keeps that small amount of water warm. The neoprene is filled with bubbles of air and provides insulation. […]


From A Mothers Point Of View

From A Mothers Point Of View

Teaching Your Child How To Dive Throughout my time as an Instructor, I have taught a few kids to dive, but I have to say that the standout for me was teaching my own daughter Hannah to dive for her 11th birthday. While kids from […]


Samantha Patterson Ross

Samantha Patterson Ross

Position: Recreational Dive Manager PADI Certification:  Master Instructor Sam learned to dive in Fiji in 2001 at 11 years old, as a kid she was always in the water, particularly loving snorkelling while living in Savu Savu with her family. When Sam finished school she knew […]


Gabrielle Studdy

Gabrielle Studdy

Gabrielle has always loved the water, having grown up on farms she would be swimming in the dams on weekends. Family vacations were camping trips with the family boat and water skiing. Weekdays included swimming training, where she would compete at State level comps. Gabrielle […]