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Diving Vobster Quay 5th March

Another excellent day of diving at Vobster Quay.
It was a bright sunny day with intermottent showers and some great underwater visibility averaging 6-10 metres.
Visited many of the underwater attractions including the sections of the plane, the crushing works and the tunnel.
Tec 45 dives 3& 4 completed in a very satisfactory manner by Tony.

All our pleasure divers diving Vobster for the 1st time said it was an excellent venue and wanted to return again for some more fun dives.

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Training and pleasure dives for next 2 weekends

We have training and pleasure dives for next 2 weekends arranged and going to Holborough Lakes,
Buckland Lake and  Vobster Quay.

HOLBOROUGH LAKE

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver
Helen Acton & April Gregory

We are off to Holborough Lakes this weekend Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th if anyone wishes to join in for some fun dives.
We will also be completing Open Water Course and Drysuit speciality dives but feel free to contact us and join in.
Meeting times are 07:50 at Dive Machine or 08:50 at the lake.
If you need equipment hire please book before this Friday.

 

BUCKLAND LAKE

Sammy Varns
Sammy answering her telephone calls underwater!

On Saturday 4th March we will be diving at Buckland Lake for Advanced Open Water Dives and Tec 45 training dives
dives 1 and 2. Meeting times are 07:50 at Dive Machine or 09:00 at the lake.
If you need equipment hire please book before Friday 3rd March.

VOBSTER QUAY

Vobster quay

We also will be going to Vobster Quay on Sunday 5th March for Advanced Open Water Dives and Tec 45 training dives dives 3 and 4.
If you need equipment hire please book before Friday 3rd March particularly if you need Nitrox mixes..

Vobster Quay has some great underwater features including old building works, a tunnel and various vehicles boats and a plane.

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TecRec 40 Course at Vobster Quay

Dive Machine went to Vobster Quay today to complete student Tec 40 dives 3 & 4.
It was a breezy chilling air temperature of 1 degree but the water was a mild 5-6 degree’s definitely more comfortable in the water.
Our dives took us down into the “pit” and around the boat, plane, crushing works and the tunnel.

Visibility was around 6-10 metres. All dives were succesfuly completed despite a dislocated shoulder which was adequately manipulated on the surface to be able to complete dive 4.

Pleasure divers came along to join in the fun for the day. This is a great dive site for Advanced open water and other training dives as well as just being able to get in the water and have a tour of the many attractions that Vobster Quay has to offer.