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Faff & fulfilment: Stoney Cove Training (20/21 May 2023)

Newly qualified divers and the trainers

By Gian Maria Negri Porzio “Brendan, you should be the treasurer; Mihnea, you will think about food and beverages; Gian you will take care of the trip report”. When Nick asked me to write this blog post, I was a

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Lake District: October 2022

By Jeff Tavernier The Lake District trip is run year after year and always finds enthusiastic members who gladly cross half the country to brave the elements and wash their kit in fresh water. I had been warned it was

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One small step towards net zero

We’re delighted to announce Clidive’s own ‘carbon offsetting’ initiative, compensating for some of the environmental impact of our dive trips. Diving is an inherently conflicted sport when it comes to the environment: on the one hand our activities on and

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Dive like an Egyptian: Red Sea trip (March 2022)

By Elaine Hendry et al For several years now, Clidive has organised an early-season training trip to warmer climes. It is a good way for new divers to sort out their skills and develop their confidence in a more relaxed

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Drifts & Wrecks – a weekend in Swanage: 25-26 September 2021

By Oliver Harriman Glamping On Friday 24th September, seven adventurous divers set off to their luxury accommodation in the hills behind Swanage Bay for the weekend. Despite the risk of being stranded in the deep South in a fuel crisis,

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