Tag: Diving

After a few weeks suffering through the annual plankton bloom on the South Coast, I am happy to report that the visibility this weekend at Newhaven was much improved, with up to ten meters on the Fortuna and the T …

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After several setbacks: people dropping out, Jim Molyneux breaking his ankle, and it snowing in Ibiza the day before we arrived, we finally got the very early Easyjet flight from Gatwick. We were met by a very chirpy talkative character …

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You couldn’t have had a more varied selection of entries for the club’s “Best Find” and “Best Presented Find”; Four treasures from the Jurassic, the 1940’s and the present day… Alan Dunster’s beautifully restored ships bell won “Best Find” by …

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To teach divers how to adminster first aid, improve rescue techniques and manage rescues. Although a great deal of safety and rescue is part of BSAC diver training, there is no substitute for furthering training and reinforcing these valuable skills. …

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Thanks to Mike Ford and Dave Tresidder who gave up their Sunday morning to help out with the RIB workday. Unfortunately, as there was only three of us we didn’t get as much work done as we would have liked. …

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It’s Sunday 27th September 2009 and six of Kingston & Elmbridge’s finest are off on an exotic holiday to the Far East to dive and enjoy new cultures, cuisine and climate. I said exotic… The expedition is made up of …

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