11 Nov 2019

Let’s get one minor moan out of the way first - despite advertising itself as ”33m and 33 degrees”, the deepest Sam and I could get our dive computers to read was 32.6m - and that was by sticking our hands down a tube I’m pretty sure we wer...

31 Oct 2019

Our annual trip to Cyprus to dive the Zenobia wreck took place earlier this month. For as long as anyone can remember this trip has been in the calendar every year and it is always organised by Martin. Here are a few snaps of some of RSAC's...

7 Sep 2019

I was apprehensive about diving 27m to the Binnendijk but after gentle encouragement from a patient DM and buddy Matteo, I took the plunge and am so glad I did.

I somehow had the impression that the Binnendijk was similar to the Black Hawk b...

2 Sep 2019

Howard Cook and I joined Cameron Cromwell and others from both Aldershot and Teddington SAC on the Wey Chieftain 4 this weekend for two days diving as part of the continuing Dorset Shipwreck Project.  The weather, mainly the wind, only allo...

With fortuitous timing, our weekend trip on the Wey Chieftain took place after one of the hottest spells in living memory meaning the sea was a positively Mediterranean 18 degrees. The viz, needless to say, remained stubbornly "British"...


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2 Jul 2019

It’s not often that I find myself knocking on the door of my local pub - the George and Devonshire in Chiswick - at 9:00 am on a Saturday morning. I wasn’t there for the beer (but it does a very good pint of London Pride) instead I was ther...