Diving in Korcula Croatia… so far!

After posting about my experiences as a dive guide after a month I thought it would be good to share some of the amazing photos that I have managed to take when not guiding dives. Although it's not an everyday occurance I do have the chance to get in the water and have a dive... Continue Reading →

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My first week as a dive guide

I managed to cover my first day as a guide in my previous post. It was a busy day, and in itself set the tone for the rest of the week. Not that the week has been off my feet busy, however it has been full on and super enjoyable! I have dived many of... Continue Reading →

My first day as a dive guide

As the title suggests, I've just started working as a dive guide and so far it's been pretty full on! On day one I completed three dives, the first of which I led, a thirty metre wall, with an anchor at the base! We traversed this seeing, spinney lobster, confirm eels, a couple of small... Continue Reading →

Diving Tarifa

It has been a while since I last took a trip below the sea, and from a friends recommendation we decided that a trip to Tarifa was needed and whilst there we would get some diving in! As soon as we arrived in the area I liked it, and that says a lot, as although... Continue Reading →

Croatia- Scuba diving

This was the second dive of the day, and I've only done a separate post due to the amount of photos in the previous post, and also to set the dives apart. On this dive we descended onto a rockery with small reefs and then made our way to the wall. We followed this, slowly... Continue Reading →

Valentine Tanks, Dorset

After a quick dive under the pier we jumped onto Swanage Divers boat and took a boat ride out past Old Harrys Rocks and over the Valentine Tanks. These 2 tanks have been on my wish list for a while and it felt good to finally be diving them, and I enjoyed them so much... Continue Reading →

The UB74 Submarine

So today was a double submarine day, diving both the UB74 and the M2. This dive is the deepest that I have done to date so for most of the dive it was in the back of my mind that diving is starting to get a little serious. That said, it was at the back... Continue Reading →

A Days Diving at Chesil, Dorset

Diving is an expensive sport, that is a truth, learning is expensive, the kit is expensive, once you have the kit the new shiny bits of better kit are expensive, boats are expensive and so on and so on... However you can have a fantastic days diving for less than you think! So I met... Continue Reading →

Holland 5 Submarine, Eastbourne

I was lucky enough in June to have the opportunity to dive the Holland 5 submarine, a protected wreck site with the Nautical Archeological Society. Sometimes when an opportunity like this pops up, irrelevant of cost it is worth it. I went by myself, without a known buddy, so had to pay for fuel etc.,... Continue Reading →

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