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30 November 2018 – Chepstow

Chepstow – Report by Mark Swan Planned trip to Portland got blown out so back to Chepstow. Milton invited his friend Kris, a trainee D/L from Richmond BSAC. It had been raining a few days before our visit and the vis

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19 November 2018 – Vobster

Vobster – Report by Mark Swan Had a couple of dives with Milton. Vis bad below 20m. Good on 12m shelf.  Max depth 34m Vis 8m but 3m below 20m and worsening with depth Water temp 8′

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3-4 November 2018 – Chepstow

Chepstow – Report by Mark Swan Had a stopover at Chepstow with Milton, Don and Del (BSAC divers we met last year in Swanage). Two days diving. Site has depth levels for all grades. Max depth 50m, Vis 10m +, Water

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November 2018 – Red Sea

Report and photos by Steve Burgess Me and Jenny JC decided we could do with one last bit of warm diving to close a fantastic 2018 UK and abroad. Shark quest was the trip out of Port Ghalib. Jenny missed the

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21 October 2018 – Shirala

Report by Stuart McKendrick A beautiful flat calm autumn afternoon saw six of us set out for the Shirala. Having shot the wreck the first pair entered the water and finding that the shot had been dragged of the wreck

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19-20 October 2018 – Portland

Report by Stevo Spurgin   Two days at Portland Harbour  (video) 19/10/2018  Diving from rib with Divebeyond, Portland – Mark & Stevo  Dive 1 –    Wreck Dive in the harbour –  Countess Erne 1936  Length 240 ft            

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17 October 2018 – City of Waterford

  Report by Andrew Bradford Tim, George, Milton and Andrew braved the M23 to take advantage of a rather warm and sunny Brighton. [Show as slideshow] Conditions were excellent, a gentle SE breeze and plenty of sunshine all day. Milton

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5 October 2018 – Swanage

Report by Stevo Spurgin  Pictures by Steve Burgess   [Show as slideshow]  The misty morning started at 8 am in the local café, Steve, Mark and I tucked into a Full English. I was then launched as the newbie diver

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22/23 September 2018 – Vobster

As this weekend’s Selsey/Portland dive plans were cancelled due to the weather the divers decamped to Vobster. Steve Spurgin sent a video report.

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