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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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Hatt Rock – 30th March 2019

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Hatt Rock was amazing as always. Vis was at least a bright 10m but since checking the photos there was a lot of tiny jelly type plankton in the water column – the sun shone all the way down the depths as far as 35/40m, reflecting on the plankton – lovely blue sea, no current, […]

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The Persier – 24th March 2019

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It was great to go diving again after a few weeks off due to poor weather conditions. Chosen site was the Persier – vis around 4-5m but with lots of tiny particles in water column – as the photos show. The sea temp at 11c. Sun shone, light winds, calm sea conditions. Very green, not […]

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Vobster – 14th Feb 2019

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A great day’s diving. Good sunny weather, mid week so only 6 divers on site, good vis – certainly up to 10m and a good bracing temperature especially below 15m. Tony Hillgrove, John Wilkinson and Richard Knights from Plymouth met up with Dom Walley from Totnes. The main aim was equipment check out time – […]

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Vobster Quarry 10th February 2019

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Plymouth Sound Divers at the Eddystone Lighthouse

We braved a cold miserable wet day at Vobster, got there before 9am and found it was buzzing with dive clubs and dive training schools. Vis was not too bad – a good 10m+ the water temperature around 6/7c but felt like 0c!!  Due to all the diver trainees being around the interesting stuff – we […]