To mark the club's 60th anniversary, we aimed to dive 60 different sites in 2016. On 5th October we achieved our target, with 7 club members doing a memorable dive on the wreck of the SMS Markgraf in Scapa Flow. Below is a list of all the sites we have visited (so far - remember … Continue reading 60 Dive Sites in 2016
The dive club Christmas Meal will be on Thursday 15th December. If you would like a ticket then please speak to Clive. We plan to meeting at a Pub near London Bridge at 18:45 and then go to a fabulous Restaurant on Southwark Bridge Road at 20:00. Spouses, squeezes, significant others, siblings, snorkelers and nice people are all … Continue reading Christmas Meal
A very comfortable week diving from the Valkyrie with Helen and Hazel and team.
Geraint and Daniel spent a lovely day at Wraysbury on the Buoyancy and Trim workshop and in North Cornwall on the Accelerated Decompression Procedures Course. Here is their account of these regional courses. BUOYANCY AND TRIM WORKSHOP The day started with a briefing and a set of lectures around the importance of buoyancy control and … Continue reading Buoyancy and Trim & Accelerated Decompression Procedures
Please give your congratulations to our newest Open Water Instructor. Very well done to Sally. Becoming an Open Water Instructor requires the diver to pass a classroom teaching exam, an open water teaching exam and a knowledge exam. It also takes years of hard work.
With fine weather two of the three days all six planned dives were successfully completed by various combinations of those present. We dived from the Explorer on all occasions and by all accounts it was very easy diving. Victor and I headed down early Friday to avoid the traffic, stopping only once for breakfast at … Continue reading Plymouth – 27th-29th August 2016
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North Foreland to Selsey Bill: Southwesterly 6 to gale 8, veering westerly 5 or 6 later.Moderate or rough.Thundery showers. The plan A dive is not possible so the plan B dive will be going ahead instead. Meet at Holborough at 9:00.
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