James W., Ray, Ian and Kathryn we're going for a 50m dive, in the dry!
On arrival we were told to change into medical scrubs which made us all look pretty silly we had a brief on what to expect and how it will happen. Then off we went into the chamber, we were originally going to go in two groups of four because it is a small chamber but the doctor was happy to take all eight of us at once which was a first for the chamber to 50 m.
It was very cosy inside and as soon as the door shut they started to blast in compressed air and as we descended it got very hot and sweaty...
The humidity was at 100% at 50 m the doctor said it will get very foggy when we start to ascend a few minutes later we had vis nearly as bad as Wrasbury and everywere was damp as the fog soon condensed in to a fine mist.
We concluded the evening with a nice ruby and a couple of beers