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Farne Islands in England & Wales *** Blue Caps, CLub Dive *** Beautiful weather on Sunay for the dives however the viz was not as good as it could be with large amounts of plankton in the water. Notmuch sea life to be seen though the usual suspects where to be seen: congos, crabs, urchins and the odd lobster. DSMB required for safety due to large numbers of tourist boats and other diving boats in the area.
Date posted: 17-Apr-2007 14:17
Farne Islands in England & Wales *** Crumstone, Club Dive *** 2nd dive of the day and weather still good. Slight breeze now blowing with a definite chill. Much better dive due to more life. Sea life; wrasse, shrimps, nudibranch, crabs, squat lobster, lobsters, moray eels, urchins, deadmans fingers and urchins. Viz still affected due to plankton. DSMB required for safety due to large numbers of tourist boats and other diving boats in the area.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2007 08:16
Loch Fyne in Scotland & Northern Ireland *** Rocky Point, Club Dive *** Beautiful day up Loch Fyne direction and the club was out diving. 2 dives for the day. Viz was not good but not that bad either, within reason, average for the time of year. No current to speak of and a good dive. Sea life; brown dab, queenies, scallops, hermit crabs, nudibranches, crabs, tube worms and dog fish. 2nd dive was further down the road where we encountered a school of dogfish a lone red coloured gurnard.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2007 08:23
Loch Fyne in Scotland & Northern Ireland *** Garden Centre, Club Dive *** An overcast windy day but still out diving :-) Loch Fyne busy and ended up at the above location. 2 dives done, the first to the right side and the second to the left side. Usual Loch Fyne sea life suspects seen: crabs, hermit crabs, queenies, scallops, squat lobsters. Second dive was very similar to that of the first with sponges now seen. Looking forward to summer once the water temperature jhas warmed up. Water temp - 8 degrees C.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2007 08:28
Loch Linnhe in Scotland & Northern Ireland *** Kentallen, Club Dive *** A wet and wild day up north but nonetheless out diving we were :-) Water temp = 8 Degrees C. 2 dives completed here with Master Diver training being taught and exercises complete. Sea life in the shallows due to exercise constraints: crabs, hermit crabs, sponges and can't say that I saw much esle in the short time I was in the water.
Date posted: 18-Apr-2007 08:35
Loch Fyne in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Rocky Point, club dive ** Day turned out nicely despite the weather forecast for snow and rain. Day was dry and wind free as was the water. No currents nor waves. Water temperature was 9 degrees C. 2 dives done with conditions remaining similar apart from the change in tide going from ebbing to flooding. Sea life: nudibranches, crabs, hermit crabs, squat lobsters, spider crabs, sea cucumbers, sponges, scallops and quennies. A fair amount of juvenile fish around. Bottom composition is very clay like and can get quite silty if kicked up of through poor buoyancy. GPS co-ordinates can be supplied if required.
Date posted: 13-Feb-2007 15:35
Loch Fyne in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Kenmore Point, club dive ** Day was relatively dry with occasional showers and slight breeze. No currents nor waves. Water temperature was 10 degrees C. 2 dives done with conditions remaining similar apart from the change in tide going from flooding to ebbing. Sea life: dogfish, urchins, crabs, hermit crabs, squat lobsters, spider crabs, juvenile scorpion fish, sea cucumbers & sponges. A fair amount of juvenile fish around. Both dives were around the far side of Kenmore Point and is fair walk. Sea bed composition drops off a fair bit so buoyancy control is required. GPS co-ordinates: N: 56.17263 degrees W: 5.11920 degrees
Date posted: 13-Feb-2007 15:41
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Raggies Cave ** 2nd Dive of the day - doubel tank dive, remain on the ocean for SIT. Weather conditions excellent, sea calm and viz fantastic :-). Various nudibranches seen, triggerfish, moary eels, scorpion fish, flute fish, trumpet fish and moorish idols. Good dive to end the holiday :-)
Date posted: 14-Jan-2007 13:59
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Manta Point ** First dive of the day, sea conditions ideal, no swell to talk about, sunny, no current and excellent viz. Humpback whales seen on surface of ocean. Large hermit crabs seen, moray eels, crayfish ( large ones) lion fish, greenback turtle, lion fish and various nudibranches. A DSMB is definitely reccommended for diving here in South Africa.
Date posted: 14-Jan-2007 14:03
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** North Sands ** Second dive of the dive after SIT on ocean (double tank dive). Sea conditions had worsened a little but still excellent diving. A drift dive from North Sands to Inside Edge. On descent a large pod of dolphins were encountered which was simply magnificent to watch. Sea life seen; rock fish, scorpion fish, crayfish, huge moray eel, potato bass and various nudibranches.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 07:59
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Inside Edge ** First dive of the day, sea conditions a lkittle rough with a swell and slight current running. DSMB definitely required. Current giving excellent voz. Water temperature slightly cool at 22 degrees C. Sea life seen: moray eels, manta shrimps, sea antheas, trigger fish, moorish idols, scorpion fish and various nudibranches.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:02
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Raggies Cave ** A drift dive, dropping on Raggies and drifting North towards North Sands. Sea a little rough with a swell (3-4m!!) Humpback whales were seen from the boat on the ride from the beach to site and again on return journey as were pods of dolphins :-) Due to current and drift dive the use of a DSMB was definitely required whilst performing safety stop. Sea life seen; octopus, yellow boxy, stonefish, trumpet fish, nudibranches and crayfish.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:06
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** North Sands ** A drift dive with drop on North Sands to South Sands. Sea conditions not bad with a running current though viz a little poor with temperature of sea cool due to cold fronts and rain. Sea life; moorish idols, sea antheas, nudibranches, sea bream , trumpet fish and trigger fish.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:09
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Cathedral ** Sea conditions quite calm after the strong winds of the past few days with a slight current running. On descent arounf Cathedral with complete descent on the outside of Cathedral. Descent on the outside of Cathedral due to Cathedral being a resting place for Raggies. Inside Cathedral a large marble ray was seen which was excellent. Sea temperature was cool as a direct result of the cold fronts. Humpback whales were seen from the boat on the way back to shore. Sea life; marble ray, turtles, lion fish, sea antheas, yellow boxys, blue boxys, rock fish, scorpion fish, cowrie shells and nudibranches.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:14
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Inside Edge ** Drop on Inside Edge with general exploration of teh area. Sea temperature quite cool at 20 degrees C. Sea life a 'washing machine' with turbulent dirty water. Sea life seen; turtles, various nudibranches, moray eels, doplhins, anenome fish, rock fish and sea antheas.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:25
Oban in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Rubha Leth Thorcaill - Sound of Mull ** A perfect day to start off with out of Oban on the Silver Swift. Weather was kind to us as was the sea, perfectly calm. Once at site which took just over an hour to get to there were a couple of showers but nothing heavy. Drop down a shot line and headed north to a sheer drop off to 80m+. Wall at 30m covered in sponges. Water temperature was 14degrees C. The area we dived was quite silty in the shallows as there was no current to wash the silt away if kicked up. Sea life seen - usual velvet crabs, large urchins the sizer of a small football, scallops, sunstars & squat lobsters. DSMB required for boot cover to spot you whilst completing safety stop and once on surface.
Date posted: 07-Sep-2006 09:59
Firth of Lorne in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Bach Island - Firth of Lorne ** The second boat dive of the day. On the way back to Oban from Lochaline. Quite showery conditions and due to slight breeze the surface conditions of the sea a little rough but not bad. Drop off the southern side of the island and dropped to 25metres. Wall at 25metres covered in various sponges. Water temperature was 14 degrees C. DSMB required for boat cover to spot divers.
Date posted: 07-Sep-2006 13:55
Loch Long in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Finnart Pier / A - Frames ** The dive was slightly further along the road towards the new pier as the usual diving locations were completely full. Sea temperature = 14 degrees C. Loch was flat calm with no current running. The bottom was mainly silty from depths below 15m. Towards the shallows the bottom was covered in small rocks. Sea life seen; crabs, scorpion fish, sponges, hermit crabs, scallops and various soft corals.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 08:22
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Greenend Gully ** Lovely dive on Sunday down in Eyemouth. Weather was pleasant, slight breeze blowing, sea calm; ideal for diving. Viz was fantastic and was simply the best experienced on the east coast to date. The viz was over 10m!!! Plenty of small juvenile nudibranches around and other small sea life as well. A few lobsters watching from the safety of their holes, but liek teh nudibranches they were all small. Sea temperature varied between 13-15 degrees C. Harbour seal seen towards harbour which does frequent the dive site - you just need to be lucky!
Date posted: 09-Aug-2006 13:25
North Berwick in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Bass Rock - West Side ** Evening/Dusk dive out of North Berwick harbour using Thistle BII. Dropped due south and dived north on the west side of the Bass Rock. Easy dive with no current and pleasant sea conditions. Sea temp was a warm 13 degrees C for Scotland. By the time we returned to harbour it was dark. Lots of sponges to see, lobsters, prawns, wrasse and pollock. Kelp is present in the shallows. Watch for the birds off the rock 'bombing' you!!!
Date posted: 21-Aug-2006 17:21
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Black Carr ** Excellent sea conditions for the East Coast with fantastic viz. From drop on Black Carr dived southwards back towards St. Abb's harbour. Sea life; crabs, northern prawns, deadmans fingers, anenomes, jelly fish, wrasse, lobtsers, butter fish and sponges.
Date posted: 15-Jan-2007 09:19
North Berwick in Scotland & Northern Ireland More stairs to negotiate and slippery kelp covered rocks. Once in th water the diving to the left is quite good. Make sure you get the tides right and again the overall conditions need to be fair to good.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 09:47
Oban in Scotland & Northern Ireland Dive launch from Croagh Haven, south of Oban. If weather is excellent and water is calm this makes a great day out for those who suffer from sea sickness!! Drive to Croagh Haven takes a long time due to the minor roads that travel is required on. Enjoy the views if you are not driving!
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 09:52
Dunbar in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** The Yetes ** Spelling may be wrong!! This dive site is situated on the right hand side of the harbour out towards the rocks that can be easily seen. Swim towards the rocks, which if a perpindicular line was to be drawn towards land, lie approximately half way along the harbour wall. If sea conditions are good the dive will take an hour to get out, around the rocks and back again. Watch your air!!! Kelp is almost everyhwere in the shallows so a short surface swim could be beneficial prior to descent. Sandy bottoms and submerged rocky outcrops gives interest to the dive if the Yetes are not made. Best to dive to the Yetes, deploy and DSMB and have a boat pick you up. Explosion of pipe fish here, absolutley everyhwere. Viz was not that great but not bad either. Water temp = 11 degrees C.
Date posted: 09-Aug-2006 13:36
Dunbar in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Craigengelt ** Access to the dive site is via the stairs just oustide the Bell Rock Hotel on the north side of the harbour. A few stairs to negotiate followed by slippery rocks. Best to dive when the tide is out as this makes the trip across the rocks easier. Navigation needs to be good. Jump entries are the order of the day - make sure that it is safe to do so prior to entering the water. Plenty of pipe fish, some flat fish, urchins, crabs, hermit crabs, dead mans fingers and lobsters can all be seen. Viz not good this day. Water temp = 12 degrees C.
Date posted: 09-Aug-2006 13:40
Garvelloch Islands in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Eagles Drop ** Boat dive out at the Garvelloch Islands off the west coast of Scotland. Onthe day the skies were clearn and sunny though the water was quite calm there was a swell and the current running giving 'surgy' diving conditions. Sea life seen; brittle stars, starfish, cuckoo wrasse and sea anemomes. DSMB definitely required for deployment at safety stop due to current.
Date posted: 16-Jan-2007 08:17
North Berwick in Scotland & Northern Ireland Just out of North Berwick Harbour. Dived on an ebbing tide and the current around Craigleith was fast to say the least. Dropped on the north side and drift dived to the southern side in just over 30minutes. Could be a better dive if no current and viz is good.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 09:58
Loch Fyne in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Furnace Quarry ** Dived towards the end of June - a little disappointing, the weather was perfect, Loch was like a mirror, sun shining but the viz was extremley low and definitely requried a torch. Not much life either. Site is good for training due to shelter that the bay provides. Parking is good if the quarry allow you access. Please be nice and clean up after you for the benefit of all divers - thank you!! :-)
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 10:03
Marsa Alam in Egypt Stayed in the Coral Beach hotel awaiting transfer to Marsa Alam International Airport - staff very friendly and exceptional food! :-)
Date posted: 04-May-2006 14:44
Oban in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Dunollie Point ** Best dived when tides are at slack water and conditions are good. Ferrys come and go from the harbour (be careful). When tides change there can sometimes be quite strong currents and whirlpools. Sandy bottom and there is a reef though never made it there and the dive was abandoned half way through due to the strong current.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 10:08
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** The Skellies ** A boat dive out of St. Abbs. Calm day and the viz was good for the North Sea. Water temp in Feb was 7 degrees C, a little on the cold side. Sea anenomes were in abundance as were sponges, crabs, hermit crabs, urchins and the old lobster here and there.
Date posted: 28-Jul-2006 08:14
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** The Skellies ** A boat dive out of St. Abbs. Calm day and the viz was good for the North Sea. Water temp in Feb was 7 degrees C, a little on the cold side. Sea anenomes were in abundance as were sponges, crabs, hermit crabs, urchins and the old lobster here and there.
Date posted: 28-Jul-2006 08:14
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Black Carr ** A boat dive out of St. Abbs. Calm day and the viz was good for the North Sea. Water temp in Feb was 7 degrees C, a little on the cold side. Sea anenomes were in abundance as were sponges, crabs, hermit crabs, urchins and the old lobster here and there. A harbour seal was out keeping us company :-)
Date posted: 28-Jul-2006 08:21
7 Steep Reef in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** 7 Steep Reef ** Club dive up to 7 Steep Reef, Loch Crene. Cold winters day. Viz quite poor due to large amount of rain. Haloclimes present due to fresh water floating on top of salt water. A small thornback ray measuring 50mm across the back was seen and photographed.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 12:13
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa Get in touch with Meridian Dive Centre - http://www.meridiandive.com. Excellent firendly dive centre, definitely reccommended!!! :-)
Date posted: 21-Mar-2006 08:25
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa Get in touch with Meridian Dive Centre - http://www.meridiandive.com. Excellent firendly dive centre, definitely reccommended!!! :-) Dive centre run by Barry and Celia Coleman.
Date posted: 21-Mar-2006 08:29
Aliwal Shoal in South Africa ** Nebo Wreck ** Superb dive, viz excellent as was weather and diving conditions. Best to dive on Nitrox to extend bottom time at depth - only if qualified that is. A few places to hide in the lee of the current if any current is experienced on the wreck. Need to dive more as only really explored the one section of wreck. The wreck lies in 3 pieces. Will write more after the next dive...
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 12:23
Rocky Bay in South Africa ** Launders ** A dive fore experienced divers only due to depth of reef starting at around 28 meters. If Nitrox qualified, best to dive on Nitrox. No mid water reef, but quite good to keep an eye open for any mid water fish that may be in the area.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 12:30
Firth of Clyde area in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Finnart Pier ** Training dive area used by a lot of dive companies based in the west. This dive site is in close quarters to a Naval base so it is best to be on good behaviour or a visit will result. Old pier legs makes a good dive and from entry to the peir legs and back again will take an hour. Pier legs covered in soft corals and sea life of some form or the other.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 13:32
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Greenend Gully ** Situated off the old harbour down the dirt track. Parking almost at the waters edge. Make sure of the tide times as navigating back to entry point on a flooding tide could prove interesting. Shletered areas make an ideal shortish dive if there is a swell and strong current out past the rocky outcrops.
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 13:38
St Abbs, Eyemouth in Scotland & Northern Ireland Weasel Loch is a good dive when there is no swell on the North Sea! Be warned, there are a lot of stairs that need to be negotiated to and from the dive site...take your time and enjoy the view :-)
Date posted: 27-Jul-2006 09:43
Loch Linnhe in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Kentallen ** Beautiful day in summer to go diving from Kentallen. To get to reef here you need to swim out a hundred yards or so and then drop or you can go out underwater. Turn left and explore the reef - we never made it this day and just explored inteh shallows. Sea life seen; sea featehrs, urchins, hermit crabs, scallops, jelly fish with the site of the day being a beautiful small white octopus :-) Viz was not bad but could have been better if there was as not much plankton about. Viz for the second dive of the day had improved quite a bit.
Date posted: 16-Jan-2007 08:38
Loch Leven in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Manse Reef ** A training weekend for us and to this site in Loch Leven. From shore entered water and descended to approximately 18m in depth. Once reef found explored it though it has to be said at this time of the year there was not much to be seen. Sea life encountered; scallops, crabs, hermit crabs, sponges, sponges, sun stars, crabs and urchins. Halocline seen and experienced towards surface and definite thermoclimes felt.
Date posted: 16-Jan-2007 08:45
Loch Leven in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Lochside Cottages ** Another day of training with perfectly clear skies but very frosty and cold up north. The water temperature was really cold (4.5 degrees C) and pitch black - should have been a night dive, alas, the sun was out. A lot of peat in the water near the surface keeping the light out. Glad had my torch with me!! This site is good for training, especially the 'giant stride entry' and 'forward roll'. Some sea life was seen; urchins, crabs, squat lobsters and a few small hermit crabs.
Date posted: 16-Jan-2007 08:54
Firth of Lorne in Scotland & Northern Ireland ** Dunollie Castle ** A slight current experienced and low viz. Surface current much stronger than current at depth. Two dives of the day were training dives so not much time for sight-seeing and exploration. Sea life noted; scallops, pipe fish, hermit ane hermit crabs!
Date posted: 16-Jan-2007 09:57
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