Coronation Wreck / Plymouth Trip

coronation-wreck-thDay 1 (29/10/11) – Coronation Wreck

The Coronation was a 90-gun Second Rate Ship in Line that was wrecked in 1691 off Penlee Point, Cornwall. There are two main areas of wreckage, the offshore and inshore site. Below is information I have taken from the Coronation Wreck Project website,

‘The offshore site comprises of rugged rock formations and sand-filled gullies. The site is in a general depth of 18 – 20m and has some kelp and low level vegetable turf covering the area. A large variety of marine life inhabits the site. The site has seventeen cannon and three anchors within it…

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Pembrokeshire 19th-21st August

pembrokeshire-august-1Diving from Isis out of Dale.

A quick weekend’s diving from the Western tip of South Wales. Plan is to dive from Dale just next to Haverfordwest. Trips out with 6 divers and 2 crew.

At time of writing, the B&B at Meadow Rue has 7 spaces for that weekend at £25 per night. They need £30 deposit per person for bookings. Otherwise for the hardy there’s camping. Rose, Kerrie and I will be staying in the Mongolian Yurt !

Their contact details are:

email: [email protected], telephone: 01437 783706, website:

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Scapa Flow 2011

Dive trip details

Dates: 31st July – 5th August

We are based in Stromness and once you get there, you will find the accommodation, dive boat within 100 yards of the ferry port. Its not that big a place. That might affect whether you want to put your car on the ferry etc… However we will need a couple of vehicles for sightseeing as Orkney is spectacular assuming I can drag any of you out of the pub!!

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Dive Oxon 2012 – Back to Weymouth

19th-20th May 2012dive_oxon

Once again we have our annual get-together with clubs from across Oxfordshire to dive from Weymouth

After last years partially successful (despite the weather) weekend, we are at it again! This year we are going back to Weymouth, camping at the popular East Fleet Campsite where we have a great relationship with the owners and we hope to have lots of you attending for some great diving from many different platforms (including our new hard boat) and some excellent socialising.

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Diving the Garvellachs and Slate Isles 2011


Scotland, 10th-17th September


4/5 places available for qualified divers (BSAC Sports Diver or equilvalent)

Trip is advertised elsewhere – please contact Chris Stevens ASAP if you would like to come: 07808 774271

Fin the late summer dive season the seas around the west coast of Scotland boast some of the best diving conditions in the UK. Visibility is rarely less than 12m and marine life abounds. Basking sharks, Dolphin, Minke Wales and Seals are visitors at this time of year – spend a surface interval snorkelling with seals and porpoise and the time flies by.

The Garvellachs are a small group of Islands to the SW of Oban and are an area of outstanding natural beauty both above and below the water with exceptional water clarity. They experience some of the strongest tides in the UK making for very exciting drift diving and the wall dives have some amazing jewel anemone beds. They also have several large intact steamship era wrecks within a short distance (the Meldon, the SS Breda, the Shuna, the Benghazi, the Thesis, and even the Hispania may all be dived from here).

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Dive Fest 2011

divefestlogoWe are taking both Isis and Naiad to Pentewan sands for Dive Fest 2011.

Both snorkeling and diving are planned with the reefs and wrecks of this Cornish beauty spot well worth the trip.

Avoid the royal wedding malarky and come diving instead!

Sign up in the clubhouse.We need numbers asap to book static caravans and boat spaces.

More details of the event itself can be found on the Dive Fest 2011 website.

For dive site information click here (the location hasn’t changed since 2009, so this paperwork is still relevant).

For more information contact Chris S.

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