2011 Dive Logs

St Kilda or Bust

Tyneside 114 members set off on the ultimate dive quest to reach the holy grail of UK diving, the legendry clear waters of St Kilda. In the run up to this trip its no exaggeration to state that all Tyneside 114 participants nervously monitored the various web based weather and swell forecast programmes; the omens […]

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17th July 2011 With more swell predicted off the North East coast, plans to dive Eyemouth were reluctantly abandoned and instead we opted to head across the Pennines to dive Capernwray. On arrival it was clear that just about every other diver in the North had come to the same conclusion as the car park

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St Abbs, Wuddy Rocks

11th June 2011 The conditions looked perfect for a club dive out aboard the Eyemouth Sub Aqua club hard boat, the Aquanaut. Magicseaweed.com promised ideal dive conditions with a combination of flat seas, neap tides and light winds. What could possibly go wrong? However, at 5.45pm a text arrived on the dive organizer’s mobile informing

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Loch Fyne

16th-17th April 2011 After last years successful club trips to Loch Long and Fyne, it was clear that demand for places on this years trip was likely to be high; This proved to be the case with demand exceeding the 12 places in the two booked static caravans with the excess attendee’s being accommodated in

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10th April 2011 Where to go and dive somewhere different? With Brown’s Bay, St Mary’s island, Beadnel and St Abbs shore dive sites to choose from, we are quite fortunate in the range of good shore dive sites available to Tyneside 114 members. Dunbar, a historic port town in the Borders has a reputation for

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Farne Islands

5th March 2011 Too warm for a wolly hat??  It was only as the lines were being cast off that I realised that I had carelessly left my woolly hat in the car. ‘’Don’t worry, its too warm for a woolly hat” reassured the DO, Andy Hunt. True, in the relative shelter of Seahouses harbour

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