"The highlight for me was videoing pods of false killer whales - they are very big animals (about the size of a good sized bull) and very, very inquisitive.
We discovered another dive site on the same trip that I have named "predator point". It has 30 grey reef sharks in residence, 200 golden trevally, 10 chevron barracudas, plus white-tip and black-tip reef sharks, black coral and at the time I was there, five very incredulous scuba divers (actually that is four divers from my boat, plus me).
Now a little advice for novice divers...it is not a good idea to open your mouth in amazement when underwater!
Did I also mention discovering the only site in the Cook Islands with Manta rays - gentle giants that you can touch as they fly by?"
Log of Captain G, skipper of the RV Bounty Bay