|From One if by land, Two if by Sea, 3 for Portroe Quarry|
Well, that is what I felt when I arrived in Portroe, While it was a quiet, Sunny day great day to get in a series of dives, I noted a few customized Rebreather as well as the usual suspects, the AP Values Inspiraion tas well as the rEvo, rebreather http://www.revo-rebreathers.com/#/en/home/ an option I had not seen before.
Anyway, I was brought back to reality with continuing to run dives with Noel, Jason and David. I managed to do a series of 4 * 25minute dives. Noel manage to squeeze in a second dive with me. Not put off by the gush of water into his dry suit. Hopefully we will soon get to the bottom of the leak, in his neckseal. At least next week may be a degree warmer 🙂
Visibilty was excellent and when I took David and Eimher of on a dive, we managed to dive on the Shamrock, David’s 1st wreck dive, a privilage for a trainee grade. All are making progress and so a sea outing is beckoning closer. All we are awaiting for now is for Alma, Eamonn, & Jason & Hayes to join in on the fun 😀
Theresa, Frank braved the conditions also to log their 1st dives of the year. Good luck to Theresa in her drysuit.
Reminder to all, don’t forget logbooks, Congrats to Dr. Tom, John, Paul and Rose who Dived the Bridges of Ross yesterday, nice day’s diving by all accounts.
Nothing more will be said for the crew that secured diving with the Aughinish Diving Club, The Pinnacle got a visit, Dave testing his new drysuit out with Bill at sea for time, Bill had his1st open water Dive with the Club, introduced to the regional Club Diving culture and Mike decided to test his full face mask at 38M with Kevan. Some busy and hectic weekend of diving.
All enjoyed the dives 🙂 All back safely, just that the DO has to write up the Dive log for the day.
Coxswain course next week, so diving plans to be announced closer to Saturday. Boat will be ready for next saturday morning early run to Kilkee.
Reminder Coxswain course next weekend followed by DFR course later in the week.