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July 28, 2017

Location:
Latitude: 50°09'22.7"N
Longitude: 005°01'51.1"W

Harbour: Penzance

Max depth: 50m

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Located a short boat journey out of Penzance harbour lies the anemone covered granite rocks of the Runnel Stone. A large dive site, many divers know the Runnel Stone as th...

June 21, 2017

Location:
Latitude: 50°09'22.7"N
Longitude: 005°01'51.1"W

Harbour: Falmouth, Mylor

Max depth: 36m

About:

Located in the Fal Estuary the Narrows start off at 8m and gradually drop down to the wall to about 40m making it the perfect dive for divers of any qualification....

April 13, 2017

When I was in the Philippines I was diving with people from all over the world, the Philippines, America, Spain, Australia and even a few from Britain. Some questions I got over and over again (even from the Brits) was how to you dive in the UK? Isn't it freezing? Is t...

April 9, 2017

Most people know what a shark, a manta ray, a turtle and a dolphin look like, but do you know what a nudibranch is? have you ever got up close and personal to a feather star? Can you tell the difference between a scorpionfish and a lionfish? 

The world's oceans are a...

March 30, 2017

Anemonefish (or Nemo as the children from the local barangay called them) as their name suggests, make their homes in the middle of anemones. They are highly territorial creatures who will swim out to meet you as you approach before swimming back and hiding in their an...

March 30, 2017

Another photograph from my stay with Coral Cay Conservation, this time a wide angle showing Ben Jack above Napantao's gorgeous house reef.

As much as I enjoyed the 10-degree water and 3meter visibility after jumping into British waters yesterday for a dive in...

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