Scuba Diving Conditions Report Cardiff, Swansea, South ans West Wales 10.10.2015

Home > News > News > Scuba Diving Conditions Report Cardiff, Swansea, South ans West Wales 10.10.2015

Scuba Diving Conditions for Cardiff, Swansea, South Wales and West Wales areas .¬†Firstly apologies for the lack of the report from last week, we have been away diving over the past couple of weeks and didn’t have access to write the report, that’s the bad news. The good news is that were having a late summer and the conditions have been good especially in West Wales an the protected beaches and sites over the past couple of weeks. The wind has been slight and the swell has not been as big as predicted. West Wales areas such as Martins Haven, St Brides Bay, Aberiddy and other sheltered Westerly spots have had the best of the conditions and with the warm weather we have had good clear and warm conditions, after the wash out of the summer this has been fantastic news. We may even get some diving in local areas to Swansea and Cardiff such as Limeslade Bay in Swansea if the conditions stay this way for the next few days.

Keep an eye of the weather at all times and especially the wind and swell conditions these are the real factors when assessing the conditions of the coast and the visibility. As always the right certification is essential especially when diving in the UK. We are training our next batch of PADI Open Water Divers this weekend with Paul and Tom from Cardiff, David from Carmarthen and Patrick from somewhere in the valleys.

There is also the PADI Divemaster training for Jo, Chris, Paul and Maria the guys have been training for several weeks now honing their skills to train to the professional level of Qualification which will allow the to work as a Qualified assistant instructor anywhere in the world, so good luck to everyone.


PADI Scuba Diving Courses

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.