Seahorse, our club boat, stayed out of action for one and a half years for obvious reasons. Before she can go for any sea trips, she and her trailer had to be thoroughly cleaned and inspected. It may not have been a diving day, but we had a pleasure of a little river cruise. No ducks were harmed!
It is sad that car sharing is still not allowed, but this is for a reason. Still, a few of those who can travel alone went to National Diving and Activities Centre to enjoy a nice sunny day. And to do some diving of course.
We always knew that the lockdowns will be over. Maybe not everything has yet returned to complete normal, but organised outdoors sports are now back!
A great way to spend Halloween at Chepstow! Overall a good experience! Slightly rough start to the day with a lot of rain and wind before the first dive which was at roughly 5-7m. Weather and spirits quickly picked up at noon with some sunshine and food and the transition to the second dive went much smoother.
Another post-lockdown expedition! Three OUUEG-ers drove down to the beautiful stretch of… pebbles… that is Chesil beach.
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