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Report - Fort Bovisand, Plymouth, 10-02-2008

Scrub2000

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Fort Bovisand has been done before and credit to Kernow but we thought we would give it a bash and see what we can pick out.

Info on the area.
http://www.divingheritage.com/bovisandkern.htm

Again, went with James PP, Scotty and Sarah (Scotty’s gf). Thanks for driving James PP. Sorry about the pigeon shit in your car :)

Extreme stitch :-/
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We spent several hours here, poking about. Found access to several individual rooms/bunkers mostly filled with junk. Got to a dorm type room, which had a few good photo moments.

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Loving the colours

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Lovely bog in there. Ajax needed.

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Another gratuitous bog shot cos we love em

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Plenty of signs saying JSSADC monitor and secure this area. Also slight brown trouser moment when a small boat docked in the small port area. Lucky it was just divers doing a reccee.

Checked out several out houses but eventually found access to what seems like a living quarters for a Lt Commander. Fairly 70’s décor and very damp inside. Can’t have been a nice place to live.

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Must have been boring living there by the amount of books.

Nice candles melted in the windowsill.

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Plenty of buckets dotted around catching water so this place must of leaked like a sieve in the rain. Joy.

Yes, another bog shot in this post :)

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Got up to one of the towers.

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One of them loved their pills.

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Back to ground level now. Well done Scotty for persevering with the entry on the way back. It turned up trumps with us finding not only a canteen but also a reception area and BAR!

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Pints all round!

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Bummers?????
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Checked out a few more rooms which were used for guests staying for the diving we presume.

Lastly went to check out the pillboxes on the shoreline. Fairly non descript.

Thanks all, good day out :thumb
 

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