This morning we had a lovely dive on the SS Luis. Vis was not as amazing as on the U1195 yesterday but still a good 4 – 5 metres. Plenty of life on it and we even recovered a shot that had to be abandoned some months ago. Weather forecast seems to be in our favour at the moment so why not come along and dive some really great wrecks.
We have some really good visibility at the moment and when the wind drops that means some excellent diving off the Isle of Wight. On the U1195 we had 6m of vis at a depth of 30m. Some really good diving to be had. Call the dive centre to book onto a trip.
The wind is dropping for a few days at least and we have published the dives for the end of July. A mix of shallow wreck dives with one deeper one planned for the SS Polo, a 28m dive that normally has some excellent visibility. Let us know if you want to join any of the dives
Loads of work going on with the boat. The new engine is fitted and the console repaired, so we have started to put up a list of boat dives coming up in the near future on our 7.5m RIB, ‘Rebellion’. It is filling up quite nicely and there is something there for everyone. Generally there will be two dives going out every day at the weekend and also evening dives during the week for as long as the light holds out. As we draw towards winter they will have to stop.
The dives are starting at £20 and we will be keeping the price as low as possible.
To find out more either go to our Facebook page (link at the bottom) or you can see all the events on the calender page of this website
We have bought a new engine for Rebellion. It is a Honda 150 hp and fitting will take place in the middle of July. We will then be putting the boat and the new engine through sea trials on 17 July (which might just end up being a run up the Medina to the Folly). Then it has its MCA inspection for coding to make sure that it is all legal on 18 July. Read More