Your skipper has been diving since the late 1960's and knows the wrecks and reefs in the area. Unusually, not only has he dived nearly all of them including many which are uncharted, he has also undertaken very detailed research into their history. If you want to know more about the wrecks you want to dive, the skipper will be pleased to tell you. Often, there will be a brief history lesson and a description of the wreck before you enter the water!
Your safety is paramount when diving from Wight Spirit. If for any reason you feel unwell after a dive or have reason to be concerned about any aspect of the dive - tell the skipper who will invariably advise you to breathe oxygen. There is no charge for this! The skipper will assess your condition and act accordingly. If conditions are too rough or foggy, such that your safety may be compromised, the trip will either be cancelled or amended - the skipper doesn't want to be out there when it's rough any more than you do! Divers should avoid sites that are unsuitable for their experience or which are in shipping lanes or busy fairways. Assistance will be offered to help you kit up before the dive and to de-kit afterwards. All divers are welcome in the wheelhouse even in wet gear, but please allow the worst of the water to run off first! The skipper is always pleased to accept gratuities of fresh lobsters and plaice!