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dives : 60 | dive time : 36:00:50 | longest : 01:03:30 | deepest : 36.3m

2009-09-11 19:27:00

Dive Number: 32
Dive time to date: 20:05:24
Dive site: Scotland, Bass Rock, North Face, (56°4'43"N 2°38'32"W)
[coordinates are my best guess]
Dive stats: 00:24:00 dive time to a maximum depth of 32 with 3m visibilty
Night ☐ Photo ☐ Wreck ☐
Water entry: Boat dive into salt water with current
Temperature: Air : 18°C, Water : 13°C
Exposure protection: Dry suit, hood, gloves
Cylinder(s): Size : 15l (232bar), Start : 200bar, End : 70bar, O2 : 28%
Weight: 16kg belt
Instructor: Brian Anderson
Computer: [Hacked] Suunto Gekko
Notes: My first dive that caused a real sphincter twitching moment! A lot of things to think about: a slung pony, leading the dive and the fact it was deep. Got down ok and did my visual tasks, but heading up I was rising faster than swimming, so lost sight of the bottom. Panicked and my buoyancy went to pot. Pony made it awkward to inflate or dump air into / out of my dry suit. Also obscured my console. May have also been effects of narcosis - I just don't know. Regardless: a bit of a wake up call!
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2009-09-11 19:27:00



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