News from the club

Mid Herts Divers Club Holiday to Cyprus

October 5th, 2019

For the club's 2019 diving holiday we decided on a week in Cyprus. Unlike 2018, when we booked a Red Sea liveaboard with full-on diving, we decided on a mix of diving and just chilling out.  The weather was great and the water temperature a balmy 30 degrees at the surface. A bit of a shock when we got back to the UK! The main focus of the diving was the Zenobia, a roll-on roll-off lorry fer...

Pembroke weekend

August 5th, 2019

Mid Herts Divers enjoyed a weekend of diving Pembroke... Up there with the best of UK diving. Day one High Point North and Behar wreck and reef. Day two Watic reef and Dakotian wreck. Friendly skipper of Predator and Upper Neeston Bunkhouse was a great place to stay. A very enjoyable weekend. TW

Trip Report: Selsey, Outer Mulberry

July 24th, 2019

Dive on the Wreck of the Outer/Far Mulberry from Selsey, West Sussex. We planned this dive as a gentle wreck dive, not too far from the Hertfordshire area specifically, so that we could get some of the more newly qualified divers in for a sea dive. In the event, we got two newly qualified divers, Paul and Russ; two experienced Sports Divers, Matt and Josh and two Instructors, Richard and Clive ...

MHD Karting

July 9th, 2019

It may well be the British Grand Prix at Silverstone this coming weekend but on Monday evening the motor action was at Teamworks Karting in Letchworth. Seven MHD drivers burnt the rubber and competed fiercely for dominance of the track. With electronically generated lap time printouts Dan was holding the fastest lap after 4 sessions. All or nothing, the drivers set off at breakneck speed for the ...

Closed Circuit Re-breathers try dive

June 26th, 2019

On the 26 June BSAC technical instructor Paul Booth visited MHD with his CCR (Closed Circuit Re-breather) to give a talk, demo and try dive. We learnt the basics in the classroom and then entered the pool with CCRs. A new world where you benefit from always breathing an optimum gas mix... and expel no bubbles. Now some of our experienced divers know how our try divers feel, we were back to being...