We have our own Hard Boat called Predator, which has been featured on BBC magic Islands, HTV Coast to Coast and C4 Judy and Richard. All our boats are to MCA standards and crew trained in first aid and O2.
The boat is
kept at Neyland Marina and can be found at the bottom of the main entrance
to the marina. This is about
10 minutes from Milford Marina. We dive the Celtic waters off Pembrokeshire and the Islands around Skomer and the Smalls.
Predator As featured on HTV, BBC and S4C
Predator is 12 metres in length fitted with a Caterpillar
420 hp engine. It has a flying bridge, ideal for watching divers in the water.
The cabin is packed with gear and navigation aids, with DVD player, computer,
auto pilot and radar. At the front of the boat
there is room for six people with two lounge chairs for your comfort.
The boat is licensed for up to 12 divers and is coded for up to 60 miles off shore. The boat is fitted with a ladder at the rear, making entry into the boat nice and easy.
Predator has been features on Coast to Coast a travel program presented by Nigel Parker on HTV Wales and Magic Islands, presented by Jamie Owen on BBC.
The cruising speed is around 12 knots with a top speed of 18 kts. There are toilets, cabin and galley on board, with refreshments being served all day long.
A stop is made for lunch out at sea, usually by one of the islands, where you can watch the seals or puffins at play.
At the end of the day we fill the air tanks for you and drop them back to the marina the next morning for you.
The boat will have its own Dive Marshall which will log you in and out of the water, recording your times for you. Our main concern is your safety, as as we are divers ourselves, we know our job well.
RYA Training Rib. Marly II