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Bracelet Bay, Swansea.

Discussion in 'Diving Trips and Locations' started by Craig20two, Apr 11, 2011.

  1. Craig20two

    Craig20two Member

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    Hello all.

    Having dived quarries all winter, it's now time to do some sea dives!

    Been looking at either Bracelet Bay or it's neighbour Limeslade Bay on the Gower peninsular.
    Something easy to kick start the season proper.

    Any UKD'ers have any experience of shore diving these bays?

    Cheers.

    Craig.
     
  2. Dan Walters

    Dan Walters New Member

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    Did nobody reply? Did you ever shore dive both locations mentioned? I’m fed up of quarry diving already and fancy both these bays

    Any feedback would be much appreciated

    Regards

    Dan
     
  3. jb2cool

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    Never done any of Wales I'm afraid
     
  4. Wibble

    Wibble Fish don't talk
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    Hi Dan - welcome to the forum.

    It's certainly an old thread!

    Agree with you that quarry diving gets a bit boring after a while. Best left for training courses and skill building when the sea's closed for diving. One of the things with quarries is to not consider them as "a place to go", instead think of them as a resource to use to help develop your skills. That way even a crappy low-vis dive in a freezing lake can be turned into an opportunity to practice anything; finning, buoyancy, ascents, SMB deployment, OOG drills, valve drills, stage switching.... etc.
     

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