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Biggest Shipsterns EVER!

Biggest waves surfed at Shipsterns Bluff Tasmania. May 2011. Shot by Tim Bonython. Massive barrells and wipeouts...

Spearfishing Shipwreck Tasmania

Tassie Spearos spearing some Luderick at the Dredge shipwreck located of Devonport in Tasmania! Remember to like and subscribe! Tassie Spearos!!!

Flinders Island Sea kayaking, Tasmania

Video clips of a sea kayaking trip in the Furneaux Islands of Tasmania. Storms, ship wrecks and glorious scenery.

Scapa Flow WWI German ship wrecks, Orkney Islands, Scotland

Scapa Flow, a huge natural harbour in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, is the resting place of the remaining wrecks of the ships the WWI German High Seas Fleet, ...

Scuba Dive Tasmania, Betsey Island Wrecks, SS Musgrave

A dive down to see the remnants of the SS Musgrave which was a 65 metre (211 ft), 900 tonne bulk carrier scuttled in 1930. It was sunk off Betsey Island in ...

Diving the Needle

Needle Rock between the Big and Little Hippolyte Rocks rises up steeply from 60 plus metres to within a metre of the surface and makes for a magnificent dive ...

Big Slabs and Heavy Wipeouts - Filmers @ Large - Shipstern Bluff

Big waves around Australia usually have more girth than height, and the granddaddy of them all is found in Tasmania at Shipstern Bluff. This edition of Filmers ...

SS Lake Illawarra shipwreck

Navy divers take a look at the Lake Illawarra, which brought down the Tasman Bridge in 1975 in the Derwent River, Hobart Tasmania.. Footage Courtesy ...

New Zealand-Tasmania Spots / Bodyboard / The Journey / YouRiding

Presentation of the spots on New Zealand and Tasmania that you can play in YouRiding "The Journey" the best bodyboard game on mobile devices! Download ...

Spearfishing Flathead Tasmania

Flathead are probably the most common fish found on the North West Coast of Tasmania and can be hard to find to spear so make sure to check around weed ...

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