May saw us visiting Porthkerris Divers – a beautiful, east-facing, cove and accommodation in southern Cornwall. We had lots of sun and calm weather for four days diving on the wrecks and reefs of The Manacles.
The wrecks have loads of history and are very atmospheric; particularly the Mohegan and Spyridon, which we dived. The reefs are full of colour, much of it from the Jewel Anemones on the vertical rock surfaces.
And the BBQ and concert on Sat night were a real bonus!
Thanks to our 12 divers for four great days! And we’ve booked again for May 29th to June 1st next year. Let me know if you want a place!
See below for a selection of photos from the trip:
Mike started diving in 2010 in order to give his boat a hull scrub! He still hasn’t done the hull scrub but is a BSAC instructor, PADI Master Instructor and PSAI trimix instructor. He enjoys both finding and exploring wrecks and spending time with marine life.