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Hi there, was just surfing around and found your site. Looks like fun so thought I would say hi.
Member of Seadart Divers and currently diving The Halsewell wreck in Dorset. Check us out here http://www.seadart.net (site still under construction but you get the idea)

Bye for now.
 

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Hey Travis,

Welcome aboard mate!! Glad to see our southern contingent growing by the day. Are you gonna give us a dive report on the Halsewell wreck when you've done her?? A lot of us northern gits have never dived off the south coast, so any 1st-hand you could give us would be most welcome.

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Hi bren,

Thanks for the welcome, most kind.

Been diving the Halsewell for the last few years, more of an archaeological excavation than a wreck dive really. (No actual wreck to look at) Will knock up a quick dive guide if your interested though. In mean time some info on the site, it's history, our work there and some of our finds can be found on our website. http://www.seadart.net. ( Although site still under construction, so please forgive dodgy links/pages/etc for now)
 

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Hi Travis,
Welcome to the boards - will definitely be in your neck of the woods next summer on a couple of trips - my wife has  friends down in Sandbanks/New Forest and the proximity to the briny will gives me the opportunity to slink away clad in crushed neoprene rather than sitting there pretending not to be bored!!
Cheers
John
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome John.

If you're gonna be that close to the briny, it would be rude not to get wet.

Plenty of good dives and charter boats down that way too.
 
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