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May 2008 Vobster is an excellent training location, with good facilities and good diving. Caters for shallow to deep and provides the best bacon butties in the SW.
Date posted: 25-Aug-2008 21:39 by: Stonefish2
April 2008 Nive inland dive, better on a weekday in early spring when hardly anyone else there. Better than Wraysbury for depth and features, but no life apart from the bread-eating ducks and trout near the slipway.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2008 22:01 by: Dave
September 2007 Padi Peak Performance Buoyany course
Date posted: 10-Oct-2007 21:53 by: Big Al
April 2003 Well organised site with good butty bar, efficient filling station, hot showers and friendly staff. The diving was good for quarry jumping too!
Date posted: 22-Apr-2007 22:39 by: neatdiver
October 2006 This was the fist time I have dived in Vobster and we had arrived late so most divers were already on dive 2. The viz was around 4 meters, temp was 12 degrees at around 12 meters and 8 degrees at around 25 meters. Looks like there is quite a bit to see if you can find it!!
Date posted: 23-Oct-2006 11:31 by: Warren_OD
November 2005 It was cold and slity near the bottom but great place to do deeper diving training and kit testing. Staff are very helpfull and knowagable.
Date posted: 22-Nov-2005 20:07 by: Hoosey
February 2005 An excellent, compact but deep, inland dive site with good facilities. Well worth a visit for those training dives.
Date posted: 17-Sep-2005 18:31 by: Stonefish
March 2005 Vobster Quay is an excellent inland dive centre for all levels of training and has all the facilities needed for a day's diving (showers, loos, equipment hire, shop and very importantly a cuppa and some food!). It also a good site for trying out any new equipment in a safe environment. You may spot a couple of trout on your dive and there are a number of boats, cars and an aircraft (split into several parts) that can be explored.
Date posted: 02-Jun-2005 11:34 by: Nicki

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