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Kopervik havn, Rogaland, Norway
September 19, 2020 | 13:30
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
12.5 m
Duration
00:45:00
000

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Capernwray Diving Centre, Lancaster , England, United Kingdom
September 20, 2020 | 10:19
Dive 1114 Pleasure dive with Fi and Chris at Capernwray. Initially was a dive to see if Fi’s virus (not that one 😂🤣) had left any lingering issues, but soon turned into a club dive 😊. We met Chris at Capernwray and was initially supposed to be joined by Sophie and Les there but they hadn’t arrived by 10am so we decided to continue with our first dive. It was about this time that I realised I’d left my hood and glove bag back at home ☹, fortunately Fi lent me her hood as the water is too cold for a person with my head of hair 😂🤣. Chris hasn’t been to Capernwray many times so we suggested right hand side entry, down onto and through the plane, over to the container and then onto the Podsnap, from the Podsnap to the diving bell then onto the Cleopatra before heading back out via the devil and Lord Lucan. We entered the water on the right, did a bit of a weight check then slowly descended onto the planes wing and made our way towards the rear. As we approached there were a couple of divers exiting the plane with a reel, it looked like they were doing maybe a wreck speciality. The divers then started to retract the line on the reel so we followed them in at a fair distance behind them. Once we’d got further into the plane it became obvious that there were more dives participating in the course so we made our way to one side of the plane, which the other divers decided was the side they wanted to use 😂🤣, so we moved over to the other side getting disapproving looks from the other divers – what did they expect on a busy recreation dive site 😂🤣. We exited the plane and carried on with our dive plan which we completed without a hitch. On our way back in we hovered between the 6m and 2m platform to watch the trout and sturgeon feeding before exiting the water. A nice relaxed pleasurable dive but definitely hood conditions though 😂🤣.... More
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
17.2 m
Duration
00:40:00
000
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
18.6 m
Avg. Depth
12.7 m
Duration
00:52:00
100
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
17.3 m
Avg. Depth
10.3 m
Duration
00:40:00
200
kali jati, Bali, Indonesia
September 20, 2020 | 09:21
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
18.9 m
Avg. Depth
9.6 m
Duration
01:20:00
100
Kopervik havn, Rogaland, Norway
September 19, 2020 | 09:27
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
15 m
Duration
00:45:00
000
Capernwray Diving Centre, Lancaster , England, United Kingdom
September 20, 2020 | 12:34
Dive 1115 This dive started off as a 2nd pleasure dive with Fi and Chris but ended up with Fi and Chris going on their own while I stayed with Sophie and Les. Initially Fi, Chris and myself had discussed doing a shallow swim out to the pigs and then see what air was left before either coming back on a reciprocal or exploring some more. As we made our way down the car park we came across Sophie and her family who were setting up the Mares wing she’d been given. Kris had lent them some trim pockets but they were having problems fitting them so decided to attach a weight belt around the cylinder containing some weights which we assisted in. When Fi, Chris and myself eventually got to the water’s edge Sophie was sat there with her mother adjusting the wing. We asked if we could help, which we did, and then I escorted Sophie into the water towards Les who was already in and waiting. Once Sophie had got to Les Fi, Chris and myself descended to start our dive, however once a metre or two underwater we noticed that Sophie appeared to be having issues so I suggested Fi and Chris continued on their own and I’d assist Sophie and Les (if required 😊). Les had a partially filled cylinder so the plan was just to swim around the shallows allowing Sophie to get used to the new wing. It soon became apparent that the configuration wasn’t working for Sophie and she was using her arms to try and achieve a horizontal position. We carried on with the dive, but Sophie could really adjust her body position despite trying various methods of swimming styles. I couldn’t determine if it were the cylinder position which was quite low on the wing or the wight configuration that was causing the problem. We completed the dive at the 2 metre platform and decided to play with the weight configuration. As we loosened the weight belt on the cylinder Sophie lower body started to rise (bearing in mind that she was wearing a wet suit and wet suit boots) and her upper body started to sink. Les considered that the weights were the problem as she’d tried the wing in the pool with a weight belt properly worn and was in good trim. The arrival of the correct trim pockets will allow a clearer picture to be formed. The dive was still a pleasurable and relaxed dive 😊.... More
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
7.9 m
Duration
00:33:00
000
La Azohía (Cartagena), Región de Murcia, Spain
September 19, 2020 | 12:00
Inmersión n. 37: “Tajo Colorado” en la Azohía, vamos con el Club Buceo Hispania desde el Puerto de Mazarrón. Nos hace de guía Cameron. En la reserva natural de Cabo Tiñoso. Mi compañero es Javi. Vemos un par de morenas, estrellas de mar, algunos meros pequeños y grandes, hay muchos bancos de peces, quecuriosean y se acercan a nosotros. La visibilidad es muy buena, la temperatura del agua genial pero pasando alguna termoclina. Vemos dos barracudas, y una raya tipo águila que conseguimos grabarla en video. En esta inmersión se me suelta la gopro, menos mal que uno detrás mío la encuentra flotando y me la recupera. Javi tiene un problema con la deco y el ordenador. Pero todo correcto. Una inmersión chulísima.... More
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
26.4 m
Duration
00:51:00
000
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
22.9 m
Avg. Depth
12.9 m
Duration
00:38:00
100
kali jati, Bali, Indonesia
September 20, 2020 | 12:55
Dive Type
Scuba
Max. Depth
11 m
Avg. Depth
6.7 m
Duration
01:00:00
200