Scuba Diving Conditions for Cardiff, Swansea, South Wales and West Wales areas . Well the weather seems to have turned a corner from absolutely terrible, wind, rain, swell to not as terrible. The wind, swell and rain have all died down and things are calming down on the coastal areas. This could mean the areas around South Wales might start to clear giving better visibility and diving conditions. At the moment the conditions are still poor on the South Wales coast close to Swansea and Cardiff and are as usual looking more favourable in West Wales including Dale, Martins Haven and St Brides Bay. We may see better conditions at stackpole Quay lose to Tenby over the coming week. If the swell and the wind stay down the diving could be good in these areas.
This weekend we are teaching the PADI Open Water Diver Referral Course at Hebron Hall on the outskirts of Cardiff, David, Stuart, Sally and Huw are all completing the course travelling from Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and West Wales. The group will also be completeing their four Open Water Qualifying Dives on the 12th and 13th September in a local diving location.
After completeing the PADI open Water Diver Course the students will be able to dive anywhere in the world upto 18 meters. After this level they will be able to move onto the PADI Advanced Open Water Course.
Want to learn to Scuba Dive? Ocean Quest are a PADI® International award winning dive centre, running courses across South Wales, including Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Porthcawl.
Ocean Quest is South Wales Premier PADI Dive Centre, established in 1998 across Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Bridgend and South Wales. Ocean Quest is the longest running Scuba Diving Training facility in South Wales.
Ocean Quest has won numerous awards within the Scuba Diving and Watersports Industry including the prestigious PADI International Key Man Centre of the year award, the most prestigious acknowledgement awarded by PADI International
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