Mull abounds with excellent diving possibilities. The focus each year for me is getting qualifying dives done for tech training started over the winter. This year we completed ART dives on both CCR and OC, plus progressed a Normoxic CCR.
Deep dives on lochaline wall (0-80m pick your depth!) and Calve island (0-45m, then on down the slope to 60m+) were complimented by other Mull classic wrecks, the lush and resplendent SS Hispania in the middle of the tide, plus the eerily excellent SS Shuna upright near the Morvern shore.
Some days were were in the water by 07:30, because good diving is so close to the Tobermory. Tobermory is also home to several pubs well used to visiting divers - the Mish nish deserves a special shout out as being excellent hosts for televised Six Nations rugby matches!
Sadly, we didn't have time for the Pen Y Gowan wall, the Thesis or the flying boats in the Linn or Lorne. That's before contemplating the 'other' wrecks outside the Sound with the Tapti and the Aurania best among these. There is so much to go at for repeat trips, but then, winter comes around every year.
The final dive was a cheeky number on the Breda, before a short trip back to disembark and start the long drive home. Pretty much everyone was back before 1am, with enough memories to keep that 9am smile in place at work the next morning.