Eyemouth, Ocotber 2018

This was a Dive Leader+ trip with some deeper more challenging dives with Marine Quest of Eyemouth. The weather during the week looked dicey but come the weekend, it calmed down and the trip was on!

On Saturday we took a long boat journey up past Dunbar to dive the U74e, a WW1 U-boat sunk in at 45metres depth. An intersting wreck with lots of features, but only half of it is there, the stern half being sunk in the mud, or possible just not there anymore! On the way home we dived the everr popular Glanmire off St Abbs Head (33metres depth).

The weather forced achange of plans on Sunday, so instead of the U12, we took an evne longer journey south past the Farne Islands and dived the Nidleven, a Norwegian steamship that sank in 43metres of water in 1917 after hitting a mine. The visbility was excellent and the profusion of marine life on the wreck made for a lovely dive, capped off with a big seal swimming aroudn the stern of hte wreck and dolphins playing around boat on the way there and back :-).

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