Title is I think clear of what I'm suggesting.
I've dived there a lot as have many of you guys and gals. But is this latest death just one too many, is this site really safe enough? Is it properly controlled? Are there just too many divers using it? The last time I was there, there must have been 2-300 people in the car park alone, who knows how many in the water?
It's a good facility for practicing skills, for testing out new gear or rinsing off after a weeks PROPER diving in the SEA. Should it be approved for diver training? I have always had a problem with it being approved for Open Water training. Let's face it, it's not open water.
The last time I was there a young woman was dragged from the water close to death, the staff were exceptional, their response was extremely quick.
I know divers die in all sorts of situations, all over the world. I think Stoney's record should not be dismissed as being "a numbers game".