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  • P320 Pistols from Sig Sauer are now in stock - Grab them fast!

    Today sees the first shipment of the SIG Sauer P320 Co2 Pistols arriving here in the UK from the distributor. If you're still undecided on ordering, let me see if I can whet your appetite with my own first hand impression of these.

    On first pickup you really understand what they mean by heavyweight. The P320 firearm weighs in at 833g with an empty magazine, bringing the total weight over the 900g mark, in comparison the P320 Co2 weighs in at just over 900g with a Co2 bulb and empty magazine inserted, giving a realistic feel to the gun.

    SIG P320 Co2 Pistol and Magazine SIG P320 Co2 Pistol First Impression

    The trigger has a nice first stage feel to it, with a noticeable change in pressure as you get to the second stage and a very crisp return. This accompanies a strong blowback action which makes this a very realistic pistol in terms of experience over consecutive shots.

    Speaking of which, the Co2 consumption on these is pretty damn good - we expected a single bulb to last for just over the 30 shot magazine but the gun was able to cycle through two magazines happily. We'll just need to see what kind of power change happens when I shoot this more at the weekend.

    Finally let me address one part of the gun that needs talking about. The safety is NOT your typical airgun safety. On a lot of pistols only a small amount of pressure is needed to engage or disengage the safety. The P320 however requires intentionally positive engagement when changing the safety position and my advice (not covered in the manual) is to come over the top of the gun as if to rack the slide and use your thumb to do all the work.

    All in all a great first impression of a gun that we've all been waiting on and I'm looking forward to the weekend a lot more now!

    Sig Sauer P320 Co2 pistols are available now in our Gun-Shop

  • A fresh look at Shootingandscuba.co.uk

    As you've probably noticed, we're in the process of a bit of a face lift here at Shootingandscuba. We've got a brand new, custom interface for each of the areas of our website that should make finding exactly what you're after that little bit simpler!

    There are however a few areas that need updating, which includes product reviews and some search functions so for the time being, please use the clickable navigation to find your way around.

    We're still beavering away at the programming that will get all of this up and running but in the meantime we hope that the updates are helping you to find what you're looking for.

  • The NEW Upgrade Hollis Explorer Mark 2 MKii Rebreather

    Nick Hollis fly's over from USA to explain Hollis Explorer upgrades to Trevor Leyland our Hollis Instructor trainer Nick Hollis fly's over from USA to explain Hollis Explorer upgrades to Trevor Leyland our Hollis Instructor Trainer
    New Hollis MK2 LSS - User changeable batteris New Hollis MK2 LSS - User changeable batteries
    Nick Hollis explains the Hollis Explorer upgrades to Trevor Leyland of TAL Scuba Nick Hollis explains the Hollis Explorer upgrades to Trevor Leyland of TAL Scuba
    Nick Hollis and Trevor discussing the Hollis Explorer improvements Nick Hollis and Trevor discussing the Hollis Explorer improvements

    NEW Hollis Explorer MK2 Rebreather Upgrade

    We have had a great time selling and teaching the Hollis Explorer MK1 user and Instructor courses over the last 3 to 4 years but there were a few things that niggled - Nick Hollis has explained the improvements that have sorted all these issues with the NEW Hollis Explorer Upgrade kit and Upgraded Mark 2 Hollis Explorer Rebreather SCR unit.

    Having just taken delivery of our first shipment of the MK2 Hollis Explorer rebreather a few days ago, I  had time to have a real look at the new unit and be prepared to ask Nick some tough questions.

    Hollis MK2 LSS - Detachable Probe Hollis MK2 LSS - Detachable Probe

    So what has been upgraded on the Hollis Explorer RB?

    Brand New designed LSS (Life Support System) Head - So what has improved

    The Sensor module is now an integral part of the LSS not a separate unit. The new combined LSS is more reliable with much better comms than the separate LSS/Sensor model of the MK1. So we should not get the occasional HP reading errors you sometimes get on the MK1.

    Hollis Explorer User changeable batteries Hollis Explorer User changeable batteries

    Rechargeable batteries

    Major advantage is that the unit now has a set of 3 easily replaceable, rechargeable batteries, these can be changed by your local Hollis Explorer technician. These are accessible from the outside of the LSS by simply removing a few screws and inserting the 3 new rechargeable batteries. We have had a few battery problems on the MK 1 so this will help. The unit takes 18650 rechargeable batteries. These can easily be changed by Hollis Explorer technician.

    Better LSS Cables

    Improved lighter and stronger LSS and Hud cables with better connectors. These new cables are hard wired and can not be change in the field.

    Explorer now uses same O2 cells as Prism2 Explorer now uses same O2 cells as Prism2

    New O2 Cells

    The Explorer MK2  has been updated to take the same O2 Cells as the Prism 2 Rebeather for better connectivity and easier supply. This improved Molex type connector helps reduce problems sometimes found on the Mk1 caused by moisture on the pins that can cause corrosion.

    Improved Heat Sensor probe

    The heat sensor probe that goes inside the scrubber basket to give an indication of scrubber life can now be unplugged making it easier for flying and transporting the unit. This used to be part of the sensor model but now plugs into the combined LSS/Sensor module.

    Co2 Sensor stays the same

    Co2 sensor remains unchanged and still works very well.

    Hollis Explorer New data and charging cable Hollis Explorer New data and charging cable

    Improved charging / data cable

    The new charging cable now plugs into your normal USB charger, Laptop, USB car charger just like you phone but with a new improved date/charging cable. This should give us better data transfer than the old MK1 opt-icon cable. This new cable is also more robust, thinner and more water tight. The connection is now a true wet connection and does not have a cap covering the connector.

    Metal Handset

    The Hollis designed handset housing is now a die-cast metal housing (Similar but not the same as the VRM) and seems to be better made, stronger and with better buttons. The buttons can be stripped and cleaned by your Hollis Explorer technician if required. Another improvement, is the top cover is now part of the die-cast so no more covers popping off when you are diving.

    Upgrade price

    You will be able to upgrade the MK1 Hollis Explorer but we do not have any pricing information yet, upgrade kits are on the way, due before Xmas 2016. email the shop on dive@shootingandscuba.co.uk or call on 01202 473030 for price updates and to reserve your upgrade. We will update the website as soon as we have info.

    Easy to upgrade yourself

    It is a very easy job to upgrade your MK1 Explorer, Basically you just install a new LSS and away you go. The upgrade replaces the LSS/Sensor module, probe, handset, Hud and Cables. It does not need a technician but we are of course happy to help you for free or install the upgrade during your annual service with us.

    For a Mark 2 Hollis Explorer SCR unit pricing click here

    The Hollis Explorer just got better

    In my option I think the Hollis Explorer MK2 is a considerable improvement on the MK1, a great rebreather just got even better.

    Even has a bungee to hold the inflator to stop it going behind your shoulder when diving.

    All in all some good improvements to a really great rebreather and I look forward to diving the unit.

    Although the MK1 Hollis Explorer has been replaced and only the MK2 Explorer is now supplied by Hollis the MK1 will still be fully supported including MK1 LSS repairs. We will still be servicing the MK1 for years to come.

    Trevor A Leyland

    PADI Course Director, Hollis Instructor Trainer and Explorer technician, with a lot of Explorer dives and courses under my belt over the last 3-4 years.

    Hollis Explorer MK2 Upgrades Hollis Explorer MK2 Upgrades
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_03 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - New bungee
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_04 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_05 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - No Changes here

     

    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_07 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - Improve fitting, no circlip
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_15 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - Plug in heat probe
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_19 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_22 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - New plug

     

    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_24 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade - New USB charger
    tal-scuba-hollis-explorer-mk2_padi_30 Hollis Explorer MK2 upgrade

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  • PADI UK IE Dates Instructor Development Schedule Calender for 2017 - Go Pro with TAL Scuba UK

    Become a PADI Pro Instructor with TAL Scuba Go Pro Get a Life PADI Instructor Training

    PADI UK IE dates - Go Pro with TAL Scuba - South Coast Nr Bournemouth Airport

    We don't teach you to pass an Exam... We teach you to become a professional PADI Diving Instructor and we support you through out your carrier as a PADI Pro, Part time of full time.

    Why not become a PADI Instructor with TAL Scuba? Don't you deserve it?

    UK 2017 PADI Instructor Exam Schedule - Finale approved dates. These dates are unlikely to change but you still need to check and book before attending. Do not just show up. Exam last 2 days, Normally a Saturday and Sunday. Is is normally a 7 am start on the first day.

    18-Feb-17 19-Feb-17 Rugby
    18-Mar-17 19-Mar-17 Whittlesey
    22-Apr-17 23-Apr-17 Lancashire
    06-May-17 07-May-17 Bristol
    17-Jun-17 18-Jun-17 Whittlesey
    15-Jul-17 16-Jul-17 Leicestershire
    12-Aug-17 13-Aug-17 Whittlesey
    01-Sep-17 02-Sep-17 Newcastle
    16-Sep-17 17-Sep-17 Wraysbury
    05-Oct-17 06-Oct-17 Kiev
    07-Oct-17 08-Oct-17 Pontefract
    14-Oct-17 15-Oct-17 Bristol
    11-Nov-17 12-Nov-17 Whittlesey
    16-Dec-17 17-Dec-17 Leicestershire

    Group of  4 TAL Scuba trained successful candidates completing their PADI IE Instructor Exam at Gildenburgh Waters - Trained by our team led by our Course Director Trevor Leyland.PADI INstructor Training with TAL Scuba Live the Dream, Go Pro with TAL Scuba

    Christian Laurent in the foreground..Is now working in Indonesia...and has been Living the dream since passing his IE last year, We are proud to say he has already become a PADI Staff Instructor and is working on his Master Instructor Rating.

  • Adventure Diving Malta - Sunny Coast Hotel - Now WaterWorld

    Adventure Diving Malta is no more - Now WaterWorld

    Adventure Diving Malta by the Sunny Coast Hotel, on the water front in Qawra Malta has closed, but do not fear the Scuba Dive Centre is still there and so are most of the great people that work there.

    Rescued - Same Great Crew

    TAL Scuba has used Adventure Diving Malta for many years but Alan has moved on to other things and the centre was to close, but then WaterWorld Water Sports have stepped in to help out and have taken over the PADI Scuba Dive Centre. They have kept on most of the existing Instructors with Ray becoming the new Director Of Diving DOD responsible for the day to day running of the centre. Ray is a great guy you will like him. Mikkel is also a DOD at the centre, who I have had the pleasure of working with many times and will make a very good DOD.

    Now WaterWorld Malta

    The Dive Centre where Adventure diving were based has been taken back over by Water World, the same great guys that run the jet ski and water sports centre from the same location.

    This is a new Dive Centre and is not run by Alan who has moved on. This Scuba Centre still employees most of the same great staff that used to work for ADM, Adventure Diving Malta.

    Water Sports

    Waterworld offer some great Scuba Diving around Malta and Gozo and have a great team of Instructors. If by any chance you need a break from Scuba Diving you can always speed off on one of their Jet Ski's, go Water boarding, Water Skiing or even try water powered Rocket boots... or you could just hire a speed boat... Great for all the family

    You can contact details for Water World Malta and what was Adventure Diving Malta

    Water World Website 

    Telephone number is the same as was Adventure Diving Malta

    WaterWorld Malta

    Sunny Coast Resort,
    Qawra Bay
    Qawra
    Malta
    (+356) 2157 1797
    (+356) 7926 5674

  • Sophisticated Silence: The Hollis Explorer Rebreather – Go bubble free

    “The explorer is a completely different underwater experience. Its simple, silent …and special!”

    By Christian Laurent

    Hollis Explorer Training with TAL Scuba UK Mark Cutler, Trevor Leyland, Christian Laurent, David Swain - Hollis Explorer Training with TAL Scuba

    Open Circuit Scuba Diving - More than a 1000 dives

    I’ve been diving open-circuit for more than decade and have logged over 1000 dives. I like open-circuit SCUBA; its old-school cool and hasn’t changed all that much since Jacques-Yves Cousteau invented the Aqualung in 1943. Fittings are more-or-less standard all over the world, everything is easily serviceable, and air fills are cheap. This means, wherever you might be, diving is simple.
    Time underwater is spent enjoying the wildlife and the scenery. Making it back alive, needn’t be a concern. This, surely, is why there are now 24,000,000 PADI divers worldwide, a club which you probably already belong to, and one which is still growing by 900,000 every year! Open-circuit SCUBA is wonderful!

    Rebreather Diving - Rebreathers came first

    …Rebreathers on the other hand are esoteric, difficult to use contraptions that are constantly trying to kill you. They are the realm of highly-trained aquanauts such as military frogmen, commercial divers and the hard-core technical diver (All of whom enjoy taking risks and probably don’t have to pay for their own kit) …or so the conventional wisdom goes. Wrong.

    Rebreather technology actually pre-dates open-circuit SCUBA and has been developing since the early 1900’s. Closed-circuit rebreathers (CCR’s) are still apart from the Poseidon MKVI and Se7en still for tech-divers only, but enter the Hollis Explorer: a hybrid, semi-closed rebreather that almost any scuba diver can dive.

    I learned to dive the Hollis Explorer - It was something special - with TAL Scuba, Dorset & Hampshire, UK

    Christian Laurent completes his PADI Explorer Rebreather Christian Laurent - PADI Explorer Rebreather Training with Trevor Leyland

    I qualified on the Hollis Explorer rebreather last weekend, at Vobster quay in the UK, and let me tell you it was special! I completed my PADI Rebreather Diver and Advanced Rebreather diver combined into one course with Trevor Leyland of TAL Scuba in Christchurch, Dorset and Ringwood, Hampshire, UK.

    The difference between Open Circuit Scuba and Hollis Explorer diving

    The first thing I noticed is just how quiet the Explorer is. On open-circuit SCUBA I’m constantly aware of the second stage. I’ve never quite decided if I like the noise or hate it, but what’s important is that the noise is always there, and the fish certainly don’t like it. The Explorer, however, is not just quiet but silent. The fish didn’t even know I was there and came right up to my mask! The sounds of the lake are something new.
    The second thing I noticed is how user-friendly the Explorer is. It’s not difficult to dive at all and once you get used to it, assembly takes only a few minutes longer than open-circuit kit. The integrated handset pretty much does the pre-dive check for you, and the heads up display (HUD) makes it extremely unlikely that any problems go unnoticed. It’s simple to use, easy to read and impossible to lose!
    At the end of the dive I thought to myself how far it surpasses open-circuit, even a twin-set. My first training dive lasted 75 minutes and I surfaced with more than an hour of dive-time remaining. With a little practice, you can dive for 2-3 hours on a 5L fill and you don’t use hardly any quicker if you dive deeper, unlike normal scuba: you can spend the entire dive on the bottom. I also thought how I was less fatigued and less de-hydrated than after a normal dive, which is apparently due to breathing warm, moist air instead of cold, dry air.
    Hollis have done an excellent job developing a user-friendly unit with a very polished interface.

    How much does the Hollis Explorer cost?

    They’ve done an even better job at making it affordable; its recently dropped in price by £1500 and doesn’t cost a lot more than a high-end set of open-circuit kit. Currently the cost of Hollis Explorer including, BCD, Wing, Handset, Co2 monitor and even the gear gulpher to keep it in, is only £2995 (Oct 2016), Does not include cylinder or training. Cost Per-dive, £5 of scrubber (the chemical that removes carbon dioxide from your exhaled breath) and a 5L nitrox fill about the same cost as a twinset dive (And the twinset doesn’t last as long). Per hour, diving a rebreather is actually cheaper than normal SCUBA. So what are you waiting for?! – Discover Rebreather experiences are run each week, PADI Rebreather Diver and PADI Advanced Rebreather Diver courses run monthly. Phone the shop to arrange yours now!

    How long is the training for the Hollis Explorer

    Hollis Explorer Training with TAL Scuba UK Mark Cutler, Christian Laurent, David Swain - Hollis Explorer Training with TAL Scuba at Vobster Quay

    I looked around before choosing Trevor Leyland of TAL Scuba for my training and I looked at other training agencies. Trevor is a Hollis Instructor Trainer on the Hollis Explorer and other rebreathers and a factory trained technician, so I know he knows his stuff.

    Trevor recommend I did the combined PADI Rebreather and PADI Advanced Rebreather course over 4 days. This is what I chose because having research other training agencies and courses I found the training materials and depth of training to be far superior on the PADI course than others I looked at, which had less dives, were cheaper, but just did not seem to cover all the things I wanted to know and had little or no materials.

    We spent 2 full days in the classroom and pool, with over 3 hours, and 3 dives in the pool fine tuning skills and the trim of the unit and learning how to use bailout cylinders. How to assemble the unit and fault find. How strip the Explorer clean it between dives and for storage. A very good presentation on packing scrubber and how sofnolime works. Trevor was also teaching a Hollis Instructor course at the same time, This will be next on my list of courses.

    Then off to Sunny Vobster quay for 5 Open Water dives and some great under water diving. We did lots of skills but also had a lot of time to just dive and get to used to the unit... I can't wait to get my own Hollis Explorer Rebreather.. Or rather the Hollis Explorer Mark 2??? Due in November.... Watch this space for more on the Explorer 2 Rebreather

    TAL Scuba PADI Hollis Explorer Training Training At TAL Scuba Indoor pool with the Hollis Explorer Rereather
    TAL Scuba PADI Hollis Explorer Training Indoor pool Dive Briefing for Hollis Explorer Training at TAL Scuba indoor Pool. David Swain, Trevor Leyland, Christian Laurent
  • DIVE BOAT VIXEN - OCTOBER- 2016 FROM CHRISTCHURCH QUAY DORSET

    Dive Boat Vixen - October- 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

     

    Dive Boat Vixen - October - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    October 2016 Vixen Dive Schedule

    Sat 1st October - Depart 09.05 from Christchurch Quay -  Wreck of the Fenna (24m) And Drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 2nd October - Depart 09.40 from Christchurch Quay - Wreck of the Valentine Tanks Drift Dive (13-15m) and Local Drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 9th October - Depart 07:20 from Christchurch Quay – Wreck Of The Venezuela (27-28m) and drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 15th October - Depart 07:50 from Christchurch Quay - Bournemouth Rocks (7-10m) Single Local drift (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 16th October - Depart 08.00 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive Dog Fish Alley And Christchurch Rocks (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 23rd October - Depart 18.00 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 29th October - Depart 08:00 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive – Coast Guard Hut – Boulder Rocks - (S0.T0.R0)

     

     

    TAL Scuba often use the Vixen for the PADI AOW advanced open water training courses we run - Take the next step and continue the Adventure with PADI Advanced diver training courses Or Maybe you want to do your PADI Wreck diver Speciality

    Special price of £20 per Dive.

    You will need a SMB for Drift dives and a DSMB for ship wreck dives per buddy team.

    Please be dressed and ready to leave 15 mins before departure time, scuba kit assembled and on boat by the departure time.

  • DIVE BOAT VIXEN - SEPTEMBER - 2016 FROM CHRISTCHURCH QUAY DORSET

    DIVE BOAT VIXEN - SEPTEMBER - 2016 FROM CHRISTCHURCH QUAY DORSET

    Dive Boat Vixen - September - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    Dive Boat Vixen - May and June - 2015 from Christchurch Quay DorsetDive Boat Vixen -  September - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

     September 2016 Vixen Dive Schedule

    Sat 3rd September - Depart 08.00 from Christchurch Quay -  Single Local drift Dive And Wreck of the Valentine Tanks (13-15m)  (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 4th  September -3X Drift Dives – Shuttle From Mudeford Quay . First Departure 09.00...2nd Departure 11.30...3rd Departure 13.20 (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 10th September  - Depart 08.00 from Christchurch Quay - - Wreck of the Fenna (24m) And Drift Dive  (S0.T0.R0)

    Mon 12th  September - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay -  Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Tue 13th  September - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay -  Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 17th  September - Depart 08:30 from Christchurch Quay - Sun 5th June  -Wreck Of The Clan and single drift Dive (18m) (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 18th  September -3X Drift Dives – Shuttle From Mudeford Quay . First Departure 09.00...2nd Departure 11.30...3rd Departure 13.20 (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 24th September - Depart 08.00 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive – Dog Fish Alley And Local drift (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 25st  September - Depart 09:30 from Christchurch Quay - Bournemouth Rocks (7-10m) Single Local drift (7-10m) (S0.T0.R0)

     

    TAL Scuba often use the Vixen for the PADI AOW advanced open water training courses we run - Take the next step and continue the Adventure with PADI Advanced diver training courses Or Maybe you want to do your PADI Wreck diver Speciality

    Special price of £20 per Dive.

    You will need a SMB for Drift dives and a DSMB for ship wreck dives per buddy team.

    Please be dressed and ready to leave 15 mins before departure time, scuba kit assembled and on boat by the departure time.

  • DIVE BOAT VIXEN - AUGUST- 2016 FROM CHRISTCHURCH QUAY DORSET

    Dive Boat Vixen - August - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    Dive Boat Vixen - May and June - 2015 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    Dive Boat Vixen - August - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    August 2016 Vixen Dive Schedule

    Mon 1st August - Depart 18.30 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 6th August - Depart 09:00 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive – Dog Fish Alley And Boulder Rocks (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 7th August - Depart 09.30 from Christchurch Quay - - Drift Dive And Wreck of the Fenna (24m) (S0.T0.R0)

    Thurs 11th August - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay -  Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 13th August - Depart 09:40 from Christchurch Quay - Wreck of the Valentine Tanks (13-15m)  and  Drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 14th August - Depart 11.20 from Christchurch Quay – The Wreck Of The War Knight And Single Drift (13m) (S0.T0.R0)

    Mon 15th August - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 20th August - Depart 10.45 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive – Dog Fish Alley And Pipes (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 21st August - Depart 09:00 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Bournemouth Rocks (7-10m) (S0.T0.R0)

    TAL Scuba often use the Vixen for the PADI AOW advanced open water training courses we run - Take the next step and continue the Adventure with PADI Advanced diver training courses Or Maybe you want to do your PADI Wreck diver Speciality

    Special price of £20 per Dive.

    You will need a SMB for Drift dives and a DSMB for ship wreck dives per buddy team.

    Please be dressed and ready to leave 15 mins before departure time, scuba kit assembled and on boat by the departure time.

  • DIVE BOAT VIXEN - JULY- 2016 FROM CHRISTCHURCH QUAY DORSET

    Dive Boat Vixen - May and June - 2015 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    Dive Boat Vixen - July - 2016 from Christchurch Quay Dorset

    July 2016 Vixen Dive Schedule

    Sat 9th July - Depart 10.30 from Christchurch Quay - Double Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 10th July - Depart 10:30 from Christchurch Quay -Wreck Of The Clan (18m) and single drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Wed 13th July - Depart 18.30 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Thurs 14th July - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay -  Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 16th July - Depart 09:00 from Christchurch Quay -Single LOcal drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 17th July - Depart 11.00 from Christchurch Quay - Drift Dive And Wreck of the Fenna (24m) (S0.T0.R0)

    Mon 18th July - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 23rd July - Depart 10.45 from Christchurch Quay - Double drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 24th July - Depart 10:00 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive And Wreck Of Trawler (22m) (S0.T0.R0)

    Thurs 28th July - Depart 18:30 from Christchurch Quay - Single Local drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sat 30th July - Depart 12:00 from Christchurch Quay - Bournemouth Rocks (7-10m) And Single drift Dive (S0.T0.R0)

    Sun 31st July - Depart 10:15 from Christchurch Quay – Drift Dive And Wreck Of The Venezuela and drift Dive (27-28m) (S0.T0.R0)

    TAL Scuba often use the Vixen for the PADI AOW advanced open water training courses we run - Take the next step and continue the Adventure with PADI Advanced diver training courses Or Maybe you want to do your PADI Wreck diver Speciality

    Special price of £20 per Dive.

    You will need a SMB for Drift dives and a DSMB for ship wreck dives per buddy team.

    Please be dressed and ready to leave 15 mins before departure time, scuba kit assembled and on boat by the departure time.

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