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On Sunday we moved to Sea Palling with NEDSAC. Although the sea was a little lumpy and several breakfasts got a little lively we were delivered to the Ethel in perfect slack at the first attempt - stunningly good service. We have 'fond' memories of our first dive off Sea Palling where we were trying our new drysuits for the first time and spent 30 minute hanging onto the shot and the Ludlow like flags. Thanks very much to skipper Dave, and the rest of NEDSAC for making us so welcome. It was a brilliant dive, the vis was good and the upright wreck was covered (I'm not exaggerating) in nudibranches. There were thousands covering everything - I went into utter photography overload. The gallery isn't very varied at all. Nearly every shot is a slug and nearly all of them are Dendronotus frondosus. The highlight of the dive was a beautiful Eubranchus farrani we've never seen before (the cover slug on the book of British Nudibranches) closely followed by the copious supplies of gummi bears on the trip back! We were thrilled to see several of the divers who had been on our recent Seasearch courses going out with their clubs too and so our forms will not be the first back from this part of the coast.

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