Dive Reports

SS Lab – 6 May 19

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It’s not often that you end up on a completely different wreck to that which you intended but, much to our surprise, that’s what happened today. The plan was to dive the SS Birgitte so we set the shot up on the site shown in the GPS in the Tornado. Once on the bottom it […]

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SS Medoc – 24 Apr 19

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Unfortunately it was necessary to cancel two of the three days of planned deep diving but we were determined to get at least one in. With numbers of divers dramatically reduced, four divers (Pete D, Paul D, Dom R & John P) supported by two coxswains (John S and Richard K) managed to get out […]

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HMS Untiring – 23 Apr 19

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With bad weather forecast for later in the week, it was decided to make the most of the conditions with a dive on the HMS Untiring in Bigbury Bay. This was built during WW2 and mainly served in the Mediterranean before being sunk as a sonar target in 1957. It now lies in approx 55m […]

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Charlwood – 5 Jan 19

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Making the most of the excellent weather conditions, six of us took the Tornado out past Hand Deeps to the wreck of the Charlwood. This is also known as the glass wreck due to the vast quantity of low quality glassware it was carrying when sunk in 1891 following a collision. It now lies in […]

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Practical Rescue Management Cse – 8 Dec 18

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Plymouth Sound Divers at the Eddystone Lighthouse

On a wet blustery day, ten divers attended the Practical Rescue Management Skill Development Course that we hosted.  Along with our own members, we were very pleased to provide places to members of the Totnes Sub Aqua Club and East Cornwall Divers.  Despite the weather, each group of five managed to completed five stands thus […]