Category: Diving

Plymouth 2023

Diving this afternoon at Firestone Bay, Plymouth. 2m ish vis and plenty of life reported! Followed by a morning dive at one of my favourite Plymouth “backup” sites. As expected...

Porthkerris 2023

Members enjoying some diving at Porthkerris over the weekend. First dives on the Mohegan with 5m vis, even got a few Dolphins playing after launching the boat Just time for...

Portland Diving

Excellent weekend diving in Portland, Blackhawk bow, batshead reef, Countess of Erne and Bombardon unit/landing craft, great visibility at 6m+, no photos underwater I’m afraid as both Derek and Bryan...

Cromhall Kit Check Day

A few photos from today, thanks Martin for organising. It may have been a chilly 6 degree in the water, but the winds and drizzle didn’t dampen our spirits. Plus...

NDAC Closes Permanently

In very sad news, NDAC, the National Diving and Activity Centre has announced that it is closing its doors permanently, following enforced closures because of government restrictions during covid-19. “We...

Plymouth Delights

Organised by Mark, a number of the club took the opportunity to head on down to Plymouth. Great weather, great vis and great dives were had by all! Everyone mentioned...

September Plymouth

Members of the club took to the waters of Plymouth at the end of September onboard the hardboat Abyss. With several scenic sites dived on Saturday, and the wrecks of...

Post Lockdown Plymouth

First diving trip of 2020 for Cotswold Diver yesterday, we dived Cawsand Bay on the west side of Plymouth Sound. We tested the “1m plus” COVID-19 procedure, shot line deployment...

Perfect Philippines

Four of us went off to the Philippines in January to dive off the liveaboard S/Y Philippines Siren. It was a lovely boat with a great crew, tasty food and...