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Visited Comments
Playa del Carmen in Mexico (East) There is little in any way of 'reef' diving in this locatin. The bottom is sandy and you can find Bull Sharks at the right time of year. If you want a really intresting dive experiance try the Cenotes (fresh water caves) they are breath taking. Else head over to the Island for much better coral life.
Date posted: 30-Aug-2009 12:32
Playa del Carmen in Mexico (East) There is little in any way of 'reef' diving in this locatin. The bottom is sandy and you can find Bull Sharks at the right time of year. If you want a really intresting dive experiance try the Cenotes (fresh water caves) they are breath taking. Else head over to the Island for much better coral life.
Date posted: 30-Aug-2009 12:32
Cozumel in Mexico (East) At least they have reefs here unlike Carmen. the dives were very colourfull and loads to see. Some wall drop down deep so keep an eye on your deapth. All in all a very nice place to dive.
Date posted: 30-Aug-2009 12:39
D Day Beaches in France (North) We dive a nuber of wrecks at around the 20 to 35 meter range and they were great. Due to the No Take policy on the wrecks, there was loads to see. Easily the best diving I have done in Europe.
Date posted: 11-Oct-2008 18:04
Scapa Flow in Scotland & Northern Ireland Same about the viz but this is a Wreck'ies heaven. The block ships have very clear water over them and and swimming through the ribbs of the ships is great. Loads to do when not diving too, with loads very old stuff to look around. all in all a great dive holiday.
Date posted: 18-Jul-2008 15:42
Portland in England & Wales Portland must have been made for Divers.. Its a great place to dive, with Castletown being the hub most of the dive shops and centres work together and are really friendly. Diving you have so much choice, you can find a dive for any weather or experience level. The only same is the damage done by the dredgers to the sea bottom.
Date posted: 18-Jul-2008 15:50
Plymouth in England & Wales Did a number of dives over the long weekend the Viz was anything beween 1 and 10 meters. Water temp 8-9 degrees all in all a great place to dive.
Date posted: 25-Mar-2008 12:52
Horsea Island in England & Wales A really good site for the first dive of the year. A salt water dive in a closed enviroment, no deeper than 10 meters, its perfect for skills and kit testing.
Date posted: 05-Mar-2008 13:51
NDC in England This is a great training site with something for everyone. Perfect for Tech training due to max depth of 80meters. Staff are great and more grounded than the kids at Stoney.
Date posted: 24-Dec-2007 12:14
Shams Alam in Egypt Easy reach of the Fury Shoal, you can also reach Zabargad Is and St Johns Reef which is around 100km south. The water temp was around 32 degrees and too hot for even a 5mm shorty.
Date posted: 24-Dec-2007 12:46
Marsa Alam in Egypt Water temp was around 31 degrees and the viz was great. The diving around Elphingstone reef is spectacular.
Date posted: 24-Dec-2007 12:32
Comino in Maltese Islands As per much of Med, fish wise it is lacking due to over fishing. Comino is more of a fun ground for divers with many shallow but interesting caves and crevices to be able to poke you head in. Really nice easy diving..
Date posted: 25-Sep-2007 17:38
Cirkewwa in Maltese Islands This area has something for everyone, from 40+ meters to 6, with wrecks, arches, small caves and swim through's. Only a few weeks before diving they sunk the P29 an ex-navy vessel. Not as established as the Rozi but still a great dive.
Date posted: 25-Sep-2007 17:44
Zurrieg in Maltese Islands The Um El Faroud is a really nice wreck, slightly deep for inexperienced divers. The reef wall along the shore is not really that interesting, but Ok if you into looking for Micro-life.
Date posted: 25-Sep-2007 17:58
Lundy Island in England & Wales Lundy is a great dive if you are looking to play with the seals, they were really friendly and there was no need to leave the shallows. Tides can be a little treacherous so planning is essential. We dived from one of the local dive boats that operate in the area, this is a great way to get to the best dive spots in the island. All in all diving with the seals is fabulous, with the viz being a good 10-12 meters in the morning.
Date posted: 25-Jun-2007 15:40
Lulworth Cove in England & Wales This is a picureques location, with all the aminities you may need. The max deepth was around 8 meters and is a prefect loaction for salt water dive trainning. Diving was colourfull, with a sandy bottom and many diffrent seaweeds. Watch out for the boat traffic!! use a DSMB at all time.
Date posted: 28-May-2007 19:00
Brighton in England & Wales Our Viz was no more than 2.5 meters once on the wreck of the Brisbane but that was good enough to allow us to drift across its bow and between the steal ribs of this once great ship. The wreck is littered in ropes, lines and nets so ensure you have your wits about you and a good knife as well. Some large lobsters and Crabs can be founds hiding in the wrecks many steal crevices.
Date posted: 04-Apr-2007 10:03
Eastbourne in England & Wales The weather was fabulous and the sea was dead calm the days preceding were also good, but unfortunately the viz was still no further than a few meters at best. The Alaunia is the largest know wreck in Sussex at around 13,500 tons, this was my first dive on she and even with limited viz her size is breathtaking. I have to come back and diver her again in better viz.
Date posted: 10-Apr-2007 14:36
Brother Islands Liveaboard in Egypt On Little Brother we has sharks every dive, the vis was not great due to particals but the diving was out of this world. Watch out for the currents!!
Date posted: 26-Feb-2007 09:47
Northern Red Sea Liveaboard in Egypt The viz at this time of year was far clearer that I have seen before in the Red Sea, this maybe partly down to the fact that there was a lot less divers around make things messy. We dived with Blue Planet liveaboards and got a great deal check them out.. the boat, crew and food is just great. One of the Best dives has to be the Rosalie Moller, deeper that most of the normal wreck dives in the north but worth every second of bottom time.
Date posted: 08-Feb-2007 16:10
Vobster (Somerset) in England & Wales 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
Wraysbury in England & Wales This is the closest dive location to me and this was the first time that I had dived in this site. The water temp was around 14 Degrees at about 5 meters. I have been informed that there is a lot to see unfortnatly due to Rain and the Thames the Viz was less than 1 meter. Causing me to swim into the vertical boat. I will try it again some time in Dec, as I want to find the Thorp Park Ranger that are in there somewhere. Great place to learn to Nav if you can do it in 1/2 a meter viz you can do it anywhere!!
Date posted: 30-Oct-2006 13:36
Stoney Cove in England & Wales I was expecting not to enjoy my first UK dive lets face it it cant be as good as some of the sites I have dive in around the world can it? Well the answer is YES, i had great fun getting to know the site, OK the vis is not the same as the Similans but it only adds to the adventure. Stony Cove is a first class dive site with something to keep every diver happy. Not only was it warmer in Stony but I saw more fish in one dive than I had in the whole time diving in turkey. YES IM GOING BACK... But this is the challange see if you can find the transient 'Stony Monster' no joke, he is Green, with Yellow spots and a silly grin. Happy Hunting
Date posted: 25-Aug-2006 11:53
Weymouth (Portland Harbour) in England & Wales This is a good loaction for diver trainging and RIB work in salt water. The sea temp was a nice 18C, loaction is stunning and loads of nice places to eat. Great.
Date posted: 13-Aug-2007 16:46
Fethiye in Turkey I did 19 dives with EDC (European Diving Center) in this area, none of them I would really return to dive again, the location is totally over fished and the only things to see are starfish and urchins. The dive sites could be interesting if you are a geologist or just like looking at lots of rocks and the odd broken Amphora. EDC are more interested in the first time divers and selling courses than diving with experienced divers, but saying that all the staff are very friendly and helpfull. The water was cold I was in a 5mm Semidry and 5mm shorty and we all felt the cold, lowest temp was 16.8C, avg 17C, it was comfortable generally above 6 meters. If you’re an experienced diver I would recommend that you don’t dive here and take a drive up to Kas for far better dives, see review.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 09:19
Kas in Turkey The drive in Kas from the west along the cost road is breath taking and can only be compared to the Great Ocean Road in Australia. Kas charming and is set in a stunning location, the town climbs into the on looking mountain backing onto the bay, the steep roads create a terrace effect ensuring that almost every property has a clear view out to the sea. As you look to sea the aqua coloured sea glimmers highlighting the many small islands just off the cost. I did three dives in this area all with Bourgainville Dive (www.bougainville-turkey.com) after diving 16 odd dives around Fethiye, and it was fantastic. It could have been a different country there was life everywhere you looked. We had seen more fish in one dive than all the dives put together in Fethiye. The dives sites were much closer to the town, the water temp was a whole 2 degrees higher, with the Avg at about 19C. My last dive was so eventful I did not want to get out the water not mater what my computer said. We were bait balled by good size Jacks for around 20 mins, we saw Spanish Dancers, a large Octopus get very cuddly with an other diver, rock lobsters and flying fish, plus loads more. There are some 20 dive centres in the harbour front in Kas, so your bound to be able to find someone to dive with. I enjoyed my time with Bougainville, they uses 11l steal tanks, with a few 15 and 18’s for Air gulpers. After the dive you get a complimentary Tea (Apple or English), all the staff are friendly and helpful. In all if you are flying to Turkey to dive, KAS is a must.. you wont regret it.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 10:01
Liveaboard in Maldives Stunning, Breathtaking, Beautiful, Amazing, Unbelievable, Incredible and Fantastic anything I have missed??? Honestly some of the best diving I have ever done, diving with so many Manta Rays that I had to fight them to get to the surface, in the deep blue watching a hammer swim towards you. Spending an hour swing along the sides of Whale Sharks (until now I believed to be a figment of everyone’s imagination). Only listing one dive site is a tragedy as apart from those close around Male airport itself they are all great. The water temp was around 30 degrees C that was in Oct and when it rains it Rains, at one point the rain was so strong that the boat had to stop as we could no longer see in front of us. The currents can be very strong, so be careful and always dive with a torch and SMB, as one guy was swept away while I was out there.
Date posted: 23-Jun-2006 15:30
Tenerife in Canaries Only Did a few dives out here and did not see anything spectacular, Diving just off the beach probably did not help.
Date posted: 23-Jun-2006 14:00
Hurghada in Egypt Liveaboard is really the only way to see the Red Sea, Sea temp ranged from 22 to 24 degrees C in March I was diving in a 5mm and felt the temp (should have used my semi). Always loads to see for both Wreck'ies or Reef'ies you can be disappointed.
Date posted: 23-Jun-2006 14:26
Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt This really is wreck heaven, some of the dives can get quite crowded with many boats arriving, but the liveaboard gives you a few more dives. Most of the site are intresting and can keep you ammused for well over an hour if you computer and air can handle it.. The water temp in March was between 21 and 22 degrees C, Full 5mm semi advised. Some of the vis was not great, I have been told its better at other times of year.
Date posted: 23-Jun-2006 15:00
Ao Nang / Krabi in Thailand Most people chose to dive from the islands such as Phi Phi or Lanta, but I nestled into Krabi. Dives in the area are all colourful and no lack of abundance of fish in all shapes and sizes. It was a nice warm diving with water temps around the 30 degree mark. Keep your eyes out for the Sea Snakes.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 13:44
Koh Lanta in Thailand Great colours around the high parts of the rocks, I was mainly focused out blue on trying to see Whale Sharks, which everyone else was reporting to see apart from me.. Just no justice in the world.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 13:55
Similan Islands Liveaboard in Thailand I spent a week diving from “The Junk” (www.thejunk.com) what an experience, every dive was breath taking. If you were not having to move the fish out the way to swim, you were not diving Similan or Surin Islands. I ran out of photo space on the 5 chips that I had taken, probably some of the best dives of my life so far. The Junk is unreal and really tops off the whole experience, you may find some of the currents quite strong, but you can dive in shorts as the bottom temp is around 29 degrees C. Don’t just read this get out diving and see for yourself, as words really will not do it justice.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 14:19
Koh Tao in Thailand Koh Tao is probably one of the cheapest places in the world to dive, hence the island gets a lot of divers. Unfortunately this looks to have effected the corals as you could see a lot of damaged and broken hard corals. The vis changed considerably depending on the sites, but the bottom temp kept a constant 29 degrees. All in all a nice place to learn, do courses, or do a few one off’s but not somewhere I would make a beeline to dive at.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 14:40
Rockingham in Australia (West) Rockingham has a interesting dive trail, it can be reached via the beach and is marked by two permanent dive boys. The trail consists of a washing machine, 3 x small wooden wrecks, 2 x small Cessna planes and a tire pile. A map can be found in the local dive shop and the sites are linked via rope runs, keep you eye on these as you can find little sea horses hanging around. Vis is not great as the sand can get quite stirred up, specially when the PADI classes start, But all in all a good dive to learn your Navigation and find interesting things to see, with nothing much deeper than 20 meters.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 11:44
Perth in Australia (West) Rottness Island is a nice location to dive, snorkel and also relax on the beaches. The water temp was around 20 degrees C, it has many swim throughs and caves with lots to see, with the odd wreck, one that still juts out of the water close to the shore. There is a Dive centre on the Island called Malibu Diving.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 10:26
Bali in Indonesia Such incredible colours, I dived Nusa Dua, Nusa Penida and Tulaben (US Liberty), all the sites have loads of coral and fish. Nusa Penida was easily the best site, with all water temps around the 28 degrees C mark.
Date posted: 20-Jun-2006 13:04
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63. Michael Jensen (5 unique locations dived 5 to 9 locations) View reviews and locations!
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