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30 March 2019 – Shirala

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22-23 February 2019 – Portland

Report by Mark Swan, Photos by Jenny JC [Show as slideshow] Jenny JC, Steve B,Paul and I went to Portland for a couple of days. Divebeyond do a winter deal of 2 days diving (two local dives each day) and

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19 January 2019 – Vobster

Report by Julian Avis The trip down to Vobster quarry this morning was to finish off the Accelerated Decompression course which we ran last year. It was just Paul Clunas, Norman Lamb, and myself as the instructor, we got there

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29 December 2018 – Vobster

  Report by Jenny John Chuan Dive 1,  Max depth 32m, Time 45 mins Dive 2, Max depth 24m, Time 50 mins Last dive of 2018 at Vobster with Mark, Steve, Don & Jenny This was my first dive since

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28 December 2018 – Brighton

Report from Mark Swan Pentyrch and drift   Pentyrch wreck, Torpedoed in 1918 Depth 19m, Time 40 mins, Water temp 10’C, Vis 1-2m Steve, Milton and I had a trip out with Channel Diver from Brighton Marina. Weather hadn’t been

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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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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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