Gren and I were lucky enough to fill some gaps on a University of Surrey trip to dive the SETT on Sunday 19th March 2006.
Nitrox courses being held at the club house.
Dive Leader lectures.
Skill development qualifications for potential Dive Leaders.
Training qualifications update.
It is the 4th March 2006, “Coldest day of the year” the weather reporter on Capital Radio confidently assures me as I race down the A3 on my way to Wraysbury for my first ever open water dive.
Myself, Paul Eyden, Andy Ethell & Shirley Deluce decided to take leave from the Christmas shopping and cold weather for a weeks holiday diving the Brother Islands in the Red Sea the week before Christmas. We were joined by 16 other divers from different clubs all over the country, with some of them even coming in from Ireland.
Without a doubt, Val d’isere is certainly one of my favourite ski resorts, I’ve been there about 10 times now, which is why I had no hesitation in booking on Gerry’s Trip again.
There is an art to “flatty bashing”, but once you have got your eye in then it can be good fun. I once caught a massive beauty in Lyme Bay – here is the simple recipe I used, happy hunting.
Many people will have dived on the James Egan Layne but few may be aware that it was threatened with closure to divers in 1976.