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Dives in 2009

Diving Officer’s Report : Mike Down It’s been another year of bad weather, but we did 900 dives!, down on last year at 1010, but still good.  There were 40 outings, including Cyprus, the Red Sea, Cuba, Mallorca and Thailand, not forgetting Plymouth, Portland, West Wales, Cornwall and the Sound of Mull.  There have been…

Mull (Sep 2009)

by Sue R & Duncan. 5th-12th September, 2009 : Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides (after Skye), off the west coast of Scotland. with a population of less than 3000. We spent a lovely week there hardboat diving with a goodly selection of club members including John, Mike, Tim, Jon, Duncan… We…

Cornwall – Porthkerris (Aug 2009)

by Mike, Mary & Chris. Saturday 29th August – Sunday 30th August (Bank Holiday) : Another really good weekend with conditions much better than expected. Sea state was generally calm and we were able to dive the Manacles two days running as well as the Volnay and several very scenic shore dives.In all we did around 50 dives. Attendees:…

West Wales (May 2009)

by John, Mike & Sue. Saturday 23rd May – Monday 25th May : Well as usual the weather was awful – awful bright and very calm!! John, Tim, Pete, Sue R., Mike, Bob A., Jo, Mark, David, Christos & Neil formed the expedition party this time. The camp-site was fine – good meals in pub…

Portland in May (May 2009)

by Sue R & Duncan. Saturday 2nd – Monday 4th May : Camping was at Bagwell Farm for our early May Bank Holiday excursion with the following committed to the cause (though not all for every day)! Mary, Laurence, Sue R, Mike D, Duncan, Rob, Geoff, Sue E, Jo, Stewart, Cyril, John, Christos, David                       Castletown : The meeting spot…

Henleaze Lake (Mar 2009)

by Mike. Sunday 22nd March, 2009 : Survey and clearance of below water hazards. Mike, Geoff,  Bob, Rob, Sue R, Jo, Simon & Duncan signed up for this illustrious task! All I can say post the event is well done to these brave souls who dived Henleaze lake. We were told that the viz was a metre but as Simon said…