Thanks to Rob for organising the annual club barbecue at the end of June, when for once the sun was shining and no gazebos were required!
The mid-summer sun was shining, the water was flat and seven of us were off to sea on Cobra, out from her summer mooring in Portsmouth. Demonstration of fine teamwork when the broken fuel line needed a quick remedy – a hose protector is a handy bit of kit for more than just a demand valve!
It was back to Porthkerris in Cornwall for four members in June – wonderful diving among jewel anemones, despite some breezy conditions.
Great day out on flat calm seas and lovely diving on this shallow and sheltered wreck, ideal for several members getting back into the water after a bit of a gap. The Camswan was a 100m long British steamer who went down on her maiden voyage in 1917 following a collision with another ship off the Isle of Wight.