SS Skaala and RMS Medina Wreck Diving

I got the opportunity to dive the SS Skaala & the RMS Medina. The SS Skaala was a Norwegian steamer of 1,129 tons. Whilst en route from Port Talbot to Rouen with a cargo of patent fuel she was sunk by a torpedo from UB-35 (Karl Stoter). She sank 4 miles west of Prawle Point, […]

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Diving Courses & Trips Coming up!

Well its been a busy start to the year that’s for sure. Flat out working just now, which is the way we want it to be. Thankful for some calm weather which has allowed me to be in the water nearly everyday since January 6th, when my son went back to school. So far this […]

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Limited Visibility Diving

This last week the weather hasn’t been good enough to dive in the sea, however the last two days its been relatively flat. So myself and Scott made our way west to get some diving in. A 5am early start meant I had to scrape the ice off the windscreen and let the car warm […]

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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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Dive Leader Training, Advanced Diver Training & Mine Diving

Its been a busy few days recently. Over the past week I have been pretty flat out and running all around the country. I drove to the Lake district for an expedition dive in Hodge Close Quarry. This is an old green slate quarry and mine. There is a dry system above ground, it is […]

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Azores Diving Day 4 & 5

This place is truly remarkable. Even on bad weather day, it is still a beautiful and inspiring place. Its been a privilege to be here this week, the last couple of days we have had some poorer weather, but it hasn’t stopped us getting on with stuff and keeping diving. Eating in local hostelries and […]

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Azores Diving Day 2 & 3

This is an amazing place. I’ve traveled a lot in my time, and the Azores appears to be a magical place. It’s windy, but warm. The sea is smashing into the shore with such ferocity and power it should be intimidating, but its magical and intoxicating. The last couple of days have flown past. Shore […]

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Malta Diving 2018

Following our good weekend at the Dive Show 2018, we jumped on a plane and headed off to Malta for some sun and good vis on the dives. We landed in torrential rain, following an hours delay in the air, but eventually we were down. In Malta I use Maltaqua for my support and logistics […]

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