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Red Sea Adventures - November 2015

A group of club members have just come back from a week diving the Northern Wrecks itinerary in the Red Sea, Egypt. They had a great time diving classic wrecks such as the Thistelgorm, Salem Express, Carnetic and the Dunraven.

Festive Friday Night Shout - Bristol German Market 11th December

Join us for the upcoming FNS at the Bristol German Beer Market in Broadmead. We will be there for some mulled wine, steins and a Sausage from 7pm. Afterwards the plan is to head to BrewDog. All welcome!

Diving Pembrokeshire 10/11th Oct 2015. HMS Seabed, MV Lucy and bloody seals at 40m!

6 of us had a fantastic weekend in Pembrokeshire diving around Skomer Island marine reserve staying a launching from Broad Haven. Day 1 consisted of a failed attempt to locate the wreck of the MV Lucy. After trying all the best surface search techniques we gave up to dive Rye Rocks instead. This was a great back up!! The Scenic drop offs to over 35m were hive of marine life activity. All watched on by some friendly seals. The second dive consisted of the Garland Stone. Again a fantastic scenic dive with drop offs to over 40m. The pinnacle that we were dropped in on whilst initially been quite ...

Upcoming Friday Night Shout 11th September

We are looking forward to our next shout on Friday 11th September exploring the hostelries of King Street. Starting in the Old Duke at 8pm  we will then move to the Llandogger Trow for 9pm, then the famous Royal Navy Volunteer for 10pm and lastly the Beer Emporium  for 11pm.

All are welcome, members or not and a good night is promised! Come and join us at any of the locations, or message chairman@cs-ac.org to let us know you're coming.

Diving on HMS Manchester

An article on diving by  a club member  on HMS Manchester was published recently in the November issue of DIVER magazine.

HMS Manchester  was scuttled in 1942 after she had been hit twice by Italian torpedo boats off the Tunisian coast while part of Operation Pedastal - the support convey bound for Malta. However, the decision of Captain Drew to scuttle the ship remains controversial to this day. Although three of her four engines were out of action and she has list to starboard, her guns were still working. Captain Drew was court-martialled for his actions although it could be argued that man...