Bill Keith. Ryan Kennedy and Andrew Powls went to Anchor Point for a club dive. The weather was generally dry at the dive site and the Midges were on a day off! Viz was poor at the surface but excellent down at 20 m. There was plenty of life on the reef including a large Conger eel in a crack at about 23 metres of which we could see most of its body length – impressive. Ryan completed a few of his last skills for Sport diver including a 10 m rescue at the end of the second dive
Andrew Powls and Ryan Kennedy went to the A Frames in loch Long for 2 dives with Ryan taking a dive leader role for the first time. An overcast day with rain looked unpromising but had dried out by the time we got to the site. Viz was fairly good at about 7-8 metres. Ryan navigated us safely and confidently. There was a good selection of life on the artificial structures of the old pier including a small conger eel and a large lobster. A good day!
Andrew Powls and Bill Keith went to Anchor Point for 2 dives The Weather remained fine at the dive site (although we had the first rain for weeks on the drive up) Viz was good and there was plentiful life around including quite a few jellyfish and comb jellies. One large Lions mane seemed to be aiming for us whilst we were completing a little bit of training
Four of us had a very hot day at Conger Alley. ( Andrew Powls, Bill Hamilton, Paul Lafferty and Ryan Kennedy). Viz was a bit murky near the top and only a little better at depth. We took Ryan to the lower reef for his first deeper dive and conducted a little extra training (DSMB). We even managed to top up our tans during the surface interval