Posted: 13/01/2017 at 17:39
When diving out of Cornwall, we always aimed to dive on slack. The little bit between the tide going out and the tide coming in. That way we avoided a fast drift dive, with the next stop America. It saves getting the helicopter out for lost divers.
One summer , my mum had all the grandkids on St Ives beach. I advised her to park everything at the top of the beach. By the time the tide had come in, they were the only ones with any space left.
Is it time for lunch yet? I think my body clock is a bit out.