St Abbs – October 2014

DSCF0487 DSCF0472 DSCF0431 DSCF0416 DSCF0415With the remainder of Hurricane Gonzalo battering Britain there were a few concerns about the potential for diving. We need not have worried. The southerly wind was sheltered by the high cliffs at our favourite dive location !

So we have enjoyed 3 glorious days. The sun has shone, the sky has been full of stars at night and we have enjoyed 3 days of diving. Trues the viz has not been the best but 4-5m is OK in the UK and there has been plenty of life to observe. Several Octopus sightings and lots of young critters. The variety of dive sites as ever making each one different. The glorious colours of the dead mens fingers and anenomes, the writhing masses of brittlestars, the chasms to explore, the rocks to peer round and under, the walls to investigate and above water the great scenery.

Thanks to Paul for his excellent skippering and Rachel for her welcome, as always, at Rock House.  www.divestabbs.info

 

 

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