Conditions were perfect for a day’s RIB diving on Sat 9th June out of Portland with light winds, neaps and broken sunshine. Phil was Dive Manager as part of his Dive Leader training and had arranged a great day for the six divers; Hilda, Lucy, Hannah, Richard, Owen and David. First dive was a drift in Worbarrow Bay as slack wasn’t until 13.00. Viz was above average at 8m but there were quite a lot of white particulates (most commonly referred to as ‘snot’) in the water which was a shame given the 15m viz enjoyed a couple of weeks before.
After a quick lunch and coffee at Lullworth Cove we headed out for the British Inventor and enjoyed perfect slack. As usual there was loads of life to see on the BI and Hilda took some great pics.
An enjoyable day as reflected in this ‘Father & Daughter’ moment, aah.