As stated previously, the Hoods a good dive, the problem for anyone travelling a long way to the south coast is that 50% of the time the diving is cancelled due to weather conditions.
The advantage of Weymouth/Portland is that you can allways dive the Hood or inside the harbour.
Ooops, that'll be a blonde moment from Peter. I was looking at the map and thinking it was South America with the Florida Keys extended to fit the wrecks in. If you look at the map you'll see what I mean. I guess it's in Ingerland somewhere then.
That's more than blonde, Peter - that's humungous fun bags too!!
It is indeed Ingerland - Portland Harbour, Chesil beach and Portland Bill (*oh, come with me, to the rolling sea, when the weather's calm and still, and we'll have some fun and laughter with the adventures of Portland Bill* - remember that??) - near Weymouth, Dorset. (that's down at the bottom and left a bit from the diamond shaped island that isn't Australia)
Motorway or submarine they are both down this way.
Couple of miles off Chesil beach in about 30mts.
Dorset coast isn’t much good at the moment.
Lou while we are in the poetic mood.
I must go down to the sea again the lonely sea and the sky.
I left my socks and vest there, I wonder if their dry.
Spike M I think.
Thanks for the Dive Dorset link to Breakwater diving centre, I have been trying to access their schedule for the last couple of weeks.
Looks like a good weekend 19th/20th April, The Aeolian Sky + Hood one day and the M2 +
certainly does mate - I'm in the process of sorting a trip to Portland at the moment with JP (on these boards) and his and my missus though I reckon around the 17/18/19 april will be a goer - if you can get enough divers then they will change the schedule if they can I think
Definately sounds like one for the Trips forum - especially for us Soutern softies !