Charlie teamed up with Steve to dive the wreck of the 'Nosahy K'.
DIVING & WATERSPORTS
The Horses Mouth!
Lots of great photos from the local area and Marine Reserve
Please be patient, may take a sec to download, but worth it!
"The Med's not Dead, just open your eyes,... and your mind"
"Elvis" and "The Ghost"
are a couple of large shy grouper that we sneak up on at
The Abyss at Esparta island,and the Haystack.
Below, a rare shot of the "Ghost" at the Haystack.
"Elvis, on the wall at the Abyss,
Esparta (taken at 8m distance),
Left- Xerna at the Haystack
Obvious why its called "Dicks Point".
"Close Encouters of the Weird Kind"
a Med. jellyfish
Watching Dolphins off Esparta.
"Now you see it,
Now you don't"
The wreck of the EC-DRC that crash landed off Cala Tarida, was towed away by a glass bottom boat soon after these photos were taken
Ex Sea Horse students, father and daughter, Geoff and Jenny,
(now an instructor herself) having
a rummage in the cockpit!
The pilot cheated death and walked (swam) away with minor injuries after ditching in the sea. He crashed a similar publicity towing aircraft in a field in San Rafael the following year and has since been given the nickname 'lucky'.
Dolphins under the bow
of "lill Pegasus" was a 'first'
for Justin from Chester BSAC.
This is what we saw on the way to the
dive site !!! a SunFish,
Poisson de lune (Moonfish),
or whatever you want to call
it, almost 2 metres from
head to tail, we snorkelled
around this giant for 20
mins on the surface before
it got bored with us.
Its taken me almost !0 years and many attempts to get a photo of wild dolphins underwater .
Not a pipe. Thats the prop shaft!
The "Caves of Light" and the "Pillars of Hercules" are a couple of our spectacular cave dives.
Carl from Wrexham BSAC with a ray at the "Haystack".
Dolphins off the bow of "Siroco".
Heading out on "Lill Pegasus"
Harder to Spot this Thornback baby and a giant Eagle Ray!
Yellow Sea Horse September Black Sea Horse June
MIND YER FINGERS !
Fireworm on the loose...
JOHN DORY on the
wreck at Ses Torretas
Spanish Dancer (left) and all the fish below are photos from our Intro Dives at Port des Torrent beach (Dive Centre)
Barracudas 'attacked' (well, disturbed anyway!) students Aurelie, Ben and Nic in the middle of their hovering exercise!