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Red Sea trip organised April 2020

Liveaboard Blue Adventurer – Strait of Tiran/ Northern Wrecks from Hurgada – 24th April

Still places left on the boat.

Interested contact Ray.



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St Abbs (New Asgard) June 2019

A glorious weekend with the most divers from our club ever. 15 on Saturday and 14 on Sunday. Used all the accommodation and both waves !

Black Carr, West Hurker, Glanmire and Tye’s Tunnel. Great dives with a bit of current running round the headland. Interesting.

Wolf Fish, two Octopus and the usual crawling suspects. Viz fine at 4-5m. Water temperature was a warm 10 degrees. 50 minute dives from some with 40 minutes the norm.

Great accommodation and boat with Paul and Rachel at Rock House and aboard Shore Diver.

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Stoney Cove June 20th

A very pleasant day for myself & Steve. 3 Dives, quiet, very little rain and some sun.

Viz was the 5-6m advertised ! After the appalling viz at Capernwray on Saturday (1m in many places) a really pleasant surprise.

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Diving the Farnes Islands June 2019

Blown out Saturday. This is the UK after all !!!

A great days diving Sunday. Fantastic viz to say a storm had been through.

Blue Caps and Hares. Seals mainly sunning themselves but in the water around Blue C aps and some good interactions. See Facebook video segments.

Thanks for the pictures Victor.

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Defib training completed 29th April 2019

Thanks very much to Rich who gives us the whys and hows for our new defib (AED).
We are all more confident about approaching use of a defib and what it can and cannot do.
We will take ours on all dive trips and training.

If any members want to arrange another session then please get in touch.


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Come on in, the water’s lovely

I had my first visit to the training quarry (Capernwray) yesterday and it was good. Water was 7 degrees C but felt warmer (Matt’s computer said 8). Surface temperature was 14ish, so very nice. Visibility was OK, not the outstanding of the website ! But I saw two of the big Sturgeon, so very happy.

Time to start booking your open water dates either for training or just to get wet !

Let me know, ideally for rest of month, April and May


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Mull 2019 – great diving in glorious weather

Been to Mull for our winter splash. Feb 21st- 24th.

MV Halton with Bob Anderson. The usual wreck highlights of the Sound.

Warm water 8 degrees (it is winter !!!). Great weather, only one afternoon of rain (in Scotland) !!

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