Trip Reports

Plymouth and Eddystone

On Friday the 3rd a bunch of us headed down to Plymouth with a flotilla of 3 boats. Two separate trips were planned, but lots of people dropped out – the amalgamated trip was a great idea though. We had fantastic diving conditions and ended up helping recover some abandoned Read more…

By Sam Walder, ago
Trip Reports

Eastern Kings amazing viz!

On Saturday 4 of our divers headed down to Plymouth for brunch and diving. Firstly, we visited the most important spot! Elveras café is about a 10 minute walk from this site and will fill you with mighty breakfasts for very little money. The diving was spectacular, with visibility between Read more…

By Sam Walder, ago
Trip Reports

Plymouth wrecks

On the 21st-22nd April a few of us headed down to Plymouth for what ended up being some fantastic diving! The weather reports were not looking all that great, but we ended up having sunshine all the way, and the vis was pretty great. We picked up a van at Read more…

By Sam Walder, ago
Trip Reports

Plymouth trip

On the weekend of the 4th/5th of November, a few of our intrepid divers headed down to Plymouth for the weekend to try and get some diving in off the boats. With unfavorable wind they just missed out on being able to get round to the wrecks and so were Read more…

By Sam Walder, ago
Trip Reports

Plymouth

This was a weekend down at Plymouth, staying in a (very cheap) holiday park in Brixham. The first day we did the JEL and Scylla. The second day we aimed to do two dives, but ended up only doing one. Day 1 – JEL The JEL is a very accessible Read more…

By admin, ago
Dive Sites

Plymouth

Plymouth has some of the best UK diving. It has a wide variety of dive sites including reefs and wrecks. The wrecks of the HMS Scylla and the James Eagan Layne (JEL) are classic favourites, but Plymouth also boasts many other less explored sites. Fort Bovisand Fort Bovisand will always Read more…

By admin, ago