Last week we played host to five students, all undertaking their PADI Openwater Diver course. A windy start to the week failed to put a dampner on this enthusiastic bunch. Fortunately, the weather and diving conditions from Wednesday onwards proved significantly nicer. Our final dive of the course took place at Carrickaddy Reef on Friday; a sumberged reef with steep walls to eighteen metres and an abundance of marine life. Youngest on the course was William King, all of eleven years old. Well done to William, Aisling Donovan, Andrew Donovan, Martina Diskin and Craig Davis.
Big well done also to Greg Dyar who completed the final dive of his Openwater Course on Sunday afternoon. A free swimming, two metre long conger eel made an appearance during the dive, making for some very memorable moments.