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Rob Mason

Scapa Diary – Day 3

First day of diving on a perfect sunny Orkney morning. All aboard the John L at 9 o clock after a hearty breakfast to start fettling our kit whilst the skipper filled the cylinders. First dive was the SMS Dresden at a depth of 24m (top) to 38m (bottom). Visibility was unbelievable… Sea temperature was

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Rob Mason

Scapa Diary – Day 2

The day-glow orange team bus struck out from Inverness at 8:15 following a swift breakfast aiming to make the 12pm ferry from Scrabster. The chip-fat fuelled team bus and support vehicle negotiated the winding country lanes and arrived at the end of Scotland ahead of time at the ferry terminal. Dive kit and luggage safely

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Rob Mason

Scapa Diary – Day 1

At eight ‘o’ clock, the chip-fat fuelled, day-glow orange mini-bus (with no windows!) ¬†departed Barnsley on its collection round of assorted divers including: PaulR, MarkR, MarkH, RobM and ChrisH followed by the backup support vehicle driven by WayneH). The team battled it way through a Yorkshire monsoon to rendezvous with the support vehicle at Scotch

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Rob Mason

Follow us in Scapa Flow

Dear Club Members, Presently there are six members on a weeks diving trip to Scapa Flow (Orkney Islands). If you are interested you can follow our diving adventures (and other activities!) on our daily Scapa diary on this site. As a bit of fun we will be posting daily photos – try and pinpoint ‘Percy

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LindaM

Club Trip To Farne Islands 2013

This a video of this year’s club trip to the Farne Islands.

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LindaM

Capernwray fun

Had a great trip this weekend. Sammy’s 18th, Dylan’s first sea dive, seals, fish good vis, Great company. Thanks to Jim for organising it. Now having a rest by going cycling!!!

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Rob Mason

Black Sea – Seahorses & Thermoclines

The Black Sea is not an immediate choice for sea diving, but having just spent 7 days on a family holiday in Sozopol (Bulgaria) I decided to give it a try. One of the first things I discovered was that the sea temperature in July is comparable with the Red Sea at 25c! One unusual

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