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Thursday 2 March…Just managing to catch up on some of the servicing

Thursday 2 March…Just managing to catch up on some of the servicing, seems an increase here this year, so its good that more people are actvely diving during the colder months. Welcome and well done to Joe and Roger on their PADI Open Water course today and to David on his PADI Archaeology diver Speciality. Nice to see Catherine from Blue O Two travel consultants. All our friends travelling on Jan 2018 Liveaboard will be pleased to take advantage of some great deals with us.

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Monday 27 February….This is proving an unprecedented start to the new year

Monday 27 February….This is proving an unprecedented start to the new year, the school has been exceptionally busy throughout Jan/Feb, and bookings for March/April are filling the calendar. Its great to be able to welcome so many to this super sport. A really busy weekend, and today, means congratulations to Abigail, Sarah, Simon, Derek, and James on completing their PADI Open Water Referral course with us, and Allan on his Nitrox Speciality. Thanks to Peter n Julian for their help teaching, and for all the goodies. Another photo from our recent trip to Red Sea, incidentally, its running again in Jan 2018, hope many will join us.

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Friday 24 February….Sorry, missed a few days posting

Friday 24 February….Sorry, missed a few days posting, away on a commercial diving job, leaving others teaching here. As you see from photo, our first sign is up for the new place, and in between teaching/diving we only have to move shop and equipment. It is with great pleasure to announce (some of the team are already aware), that two of our Instructors; Abby and Joe, are to tie the knot (having learned how to in dive training) and are to wed in August. Will need to polish up one of our white dive vans for then ?

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Friday 17 February….A really rewarding day of diving

Friday 17 February….A really rewarding day of diving today at the Cove. Well done to Tony N and Dan today and cogratulations to Dan in qualifying as PADI Open Water Diver. Well done to Peter, Joe and Julian today at the Cove and thanks to Gary our Course Director for his help today. Hope to announce the opening date for the new shop soon, we are still moving stock etc in between diving. Looks like January 2018 the Red Sea will be the destination for this regular dive trip, hope many of our vets/friends will be able to join us once again.

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Thursday 16 February….Well we seem to be extra busy

Thursday 16 February….Well we seem to be extra busy for the first quarter of this year, bookings are certainly up, and we look forward to welcoming lots of new faces to the sport. In between all this we are in process of moving our shop, and do hope many of you will see it as a convenient place to drop in for a chat, coffee and see our array of new stock. Busy few days ahead, with everyone working extra hours to pack it in, even the dive dog Mex is involved (photo). Come and join us for some fun diving, the weather is spring like !

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Weds 15 Feb….welcome to weds night dive at the Cove

Weds 15 Feb….welcome to weds night dive at the Cove, not one for the faint hearted, and not like last weeks night dives in the Red Sea. Thought we would try out some of the new equipment launched on the market. https://youtu.be/ZxVu39LOSBY
Looking to make Wednesday night dives (1st. & 3rd of the month) a regular diving/social meet, so getting wet is optional, but retirement to the local bar compulsory, come join us !

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Monday 13 February….Servicing equipment a backlog today

Monday 13 February….Servicing equipment a backlog today, and still found time to try out this brand new on the market Mares Loop regulator. An innovative design with the air feed directly into the bottom of the reg, rather than side, gave us unlimited routing and accessibility today as an independent air source. If you dive with a pony cylinder, this is a brilliant, easy to access regulator, with extra tidy hose stowing. Feeding in some more Red Sea photos from last week, will put them on an easy to access forum for all to see.

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Weds 25 January….Brrr. A cold one today,

Weds 25 January….Brrr. A cold one today, photo of Peter n Kevin, taking to the waters today despite the chill, three good looking chaps eh. Not many sleeps and we will al be in warm waters and sunshine, last minute prepping is underway. Anyone else interested in the PADI Self Reliant diver Speciality qualification course, please let us know, its running week after next, over one day. Learn some useful skills, dive planning, air calcs, independent air systems etc. etc.

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Saturday 21 January…Apologies for the lack of FB posts this week

Saturday 21 January…Apologies for the lack of FB posts this week, but busying away moving shop and teaching. Only a few sleeps now until sunshine and warm clear waters, the Red Sea awaits. Lots of diving still going on, we have a couple of spaces on our next Nitrox course and Archaeology Diver Speciality course. Well done today to Dan on his PADI Open Water course today, and to the Instructor team refining their skills.

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