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Any organisations in London that organise trips or something similar?

Sep 16, 2015
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Hi guys, so recently i moved to London from Montenegro. After finally settling down in this amazing and crazy city i decided that next year i would like to get back to spearfishing again. Thing is i was never that good, partially because the Adriatic is a nightmare for a begginer to learn as the fish are so goddamn skittish which was also a blessing in disguise i guess as it made you really work on your technique.
Other issue is my wife wont even let me go near a pair of fins unless i have a dive buddy there since i lost a friend who went diving on his own a couple of years ago, and after that she has been mega paranoid.

So i was wondering is there a group or organization based in or around London who organize trips to the coast who wouldn't mind taking on an intermediaitish spearo and if anyone knows where i could find them?

Thanks in advance.
Ogi.
 
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