Easter Diving Week 1

This Easter we’ve been busy. The week started with myself, Laura and Joshua attending a Seasearch observer course in West Wales with Kate Lock. This was the first step on the Observer course for myself, Laura, and Joshua. Very informative and increased my awareness and understanding of the underwater world no end. I have a better respect […]

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West Wales Diving

This week we had a couple of days diving in the beautiful West Wales region. A couple of days in perfect weather, enjoying the clear waters, blue skies and amazing abundance of life. The boat has been performing well and is now in its new home within Milford Haven, however we decided to dive around […]

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Dive Trips

I love dive trips, be they local to us in West Wales or be they in far flung places such as Truk Lagoon, Azores, Egypt, Thailand or closer to home such as Malta, and the Baltics. Wherever they maybe Dive trips are what we love to organize and run. So if you want to join […]

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Busy Times Diving

This week has been a busy week. The plan was to head off shore for some hand fishing, combined with the completion of a Boat Handling Course, some recovery diving for a local fisherman whose store box got stuck in a cove against the rocks in the storms recently and some mooring inspections. The first […]

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Wreck Diving Trips in West Wales 2019

Based out of Porthclais in West Wales, from the beginning of 2019 we will be offering dive trips as and when the weather is suitable. We have a 5.4mtr Avon Searider rib with a 90hp engine on the back of her. She certainly can fly. Our boat holds 4 divers comfortably with kit for 2 […]

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Boat Handling – St Brides Bay

Following on from the poor weather recently, diving is difficult to say the least with poor visibility in the sea, max vis today at 20mtr was 0.5mtr with a torch on. The day started with an attempt at Shore diving in Martins Haven and seeing six seals washed onto the shore there. As we entered […]

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Diver Training

Over the last few days, the weather has been typically bad. It appears we are getting smashed by these tail end of the storms from other regions. This puts paid to us diving in the sea, as wind, waves and poor visibility all end our chances of getting any diving done, never mind trying to […]

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Commercial Diving Services

Sometimes I love my job. Sometimes my job frustrates me, especially when the weather looks beautiful but the wind eliminates the opportunity to get in the water.

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