Janet and Tim from Cork Sub Aqua Club who attended the Seasearch Observer course in UCC on Saturday. We really enjoyed it and hope that we get out on a dive or two to begin collecting soon. Thanks to Rory and Tony for giving the course, to Chris for supervision and to Tim Butter for organising this opportunity
Weather permitting Tim is organising a Seasearch dive next Sunday in Kinsale as part of the Submerged Gathering (the event is being organised by Anne and Graham Ferguson of Oceanaddicts). If anyone wants to dive, Tim will be there to assist anyone with species identification and form filling after the scuba dive.
Seasearch would like to remind you all that there are still some places left on the Observer courses they are running in Donegal on the 6/7th of April and Cork on 13/14th of April, so if you think you might be interested in a place on the course or if you are interested in doing a refresher get in touch with Seasearch, Tim Butter or reply to this post.
Scuba diving skills Training in Mayfield swimming pool Cork City. The Cork Sub Aqua Club trainees go through practical work including ditch and recovery, buddy breathing, buoyancy – plus the all important- camera checking routines from Derek and Tim! Video from EPL3, 14-42mm, EP05L, correction and editing in ib, and Corel VideoStudio Pro X6. ib did the quick fix of the lighting and export. X6 did the clip timeline combination, titles and transitions & final export.
Higher Res version is here - http://youtu.be/wE9sQbGdeAk
Getting snorkels done March 2013. Snorkel Photos in Oysterhaven, Kinsale, Cork, Ireland.
Photos of Cork Sub Aqua Club divers and other visiting divers at a Snorkel in Oysterhaven on 16th March 2013, St, Patrick’s Weekend. After the boat cleaning and Rib prep comes the diver prep, get in the water and do those Duck Dives!
Club Equipment cleaning day
Saturday morning, 16th March at 11am
- our two Dive Ribs
- The boat storage area
- Ancillary boat equipment
Hi, next Snorkel coming up this Sunday. Another chance to run down that Snorkel count. Meet Sunday 11 am, Oysterhaven.
We had our first social night of the year last friday in the Ovens Bar on Oliver Plunkett Street, and a great night was had by all that attended. Pints were good and the craic was mighty. Some of us were sensible ( unfortunately) and headed home at a reasonable hour – however there is a major rumour circulating that one or two ( two actually) of the ladies lost the run of themselves. Being a very discreet person I don’t want to name names until I have checked out all the gory details but Jessie and Janet – Pole Dancing and Lap Dancing at a strip club what were ye thinking – No no don’t tell me – just let me dream about it..
Another social will be organised soon and there is no way I’ll be heading home early.