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I was diving an unknown mark out of Brighton with Steve today and it was brilliant! Bits of plankton but 15-20m vis with tons of ambient light at 52m - the best I have ever seen on this side of the Channel.

Well broken up, but still a good dive with exposed internals of boilers, a couple of small swim throughs. Some of it scattered 20-30m apart, we would never got to see it in bad vis.

Nothing lifted, but loads and loads of life with cod, pollack, congers, spider crabs and lobsters. The seabed covered up with scallops. Not to mention sunny weather and flat sea on the way out - got a bit bumpy in the afternoon. What a way to spend a day out with a squirt of helium and a scooter to top it off! :)
 

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Did you travel forward in time to do this or was it 6th May?

If its the one we did on the way back from France it was indeed a great dive. I have never seen such massive shoals of fish on a wreck in the UK.

Hope the viz hold for Friday.

ATB

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