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Embarr’s Westward Bound

By July 1, 2011July 8th, 2022No Comments1 min read

Our Liveaboard, Embarr, with our 6m rib, Up To Something left Kinsale this morning heading West for some multi location diving. Conditions were ideal with lovely summer sunshine and a kind sea. We plan to overnight in Baltimore and continue west tomorrow picking up our first diver tomorrow night. Our dive plan at the moment is flexible with all sites between Castletownbare and Cahersiveen up for grabs.

The first land mark we passed was the Old Head of Kinsale where today her lighthouse watched over a calm blue sea. On board at the moment are Skipper Graham, Chris, John and GDB (General Dog’s Body) your’s truly Anne. There was plenty of time for chat, and morning coffee passing the seven heads, with lots of discussions on different dive sites along the way.

By lunch time we were passing the Galley Head, and making good progress. We were shadowed on our Journey by a beautiful Dutch boat that had been moored in Kinsale for the last few days.

Passing the Stags we spoke of drift dives through them and diving the Kowloon Bridge, past the Kedges and we headed in bast the distinctive Baltimore Beacon to tie up at the pier in Baltimore.

Now to try and catch a few mackerel for our dinner…….

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