Motor vessel - Jane
A converted traditional scottish
herring drifter, proven to be one of the most seaworthy crafts afloat, the
Jane 'R' has been specially chosen to give you the utmost
comfort and safety.
Her powerful engine and heavy displacement hull allows her to tackle
most sea condition. At 22 metres she is one of the larger vessels offering
a stable and spacious diving platform and long-range capability.
SAFETY is the biggest concern for
everyone on a boat and the Jane 'R' more than lives up to
expectations and requirements in that department.
She has a Code of Practice (Category 2) for 12 passengers and 3 crew,
is fitted with all the latest safety equipment and adheres to
international safety regulations.
Additional equipment in the form of Therapeutic Oxygen is carried in
case of decompression illness and also carried on board is a wide variety
of safety equipment including flares; fire extinguishers; VHF radios;
liferaft; and inflatables.
Jane 'R' is also equipped with emergency pumps, escape
hatches, harnesses and life jackets.
Accommodation spacious with twelve berths in six large cabins -
single and double berths available some of which are fitted with
There is also central heating, showers, toilets, two baths. Three
cooked meals per day with tea and snacks served and vegetarians can be
catered for with advance notice.
A large saloon with comfortable easy seating is situated behind the
galley where you can enjoy eating or just watch the scenery glide by.
Around the stern, a large shelter-deck, provides cover from the
elements while the open fore-deck has generous space for extra equipment
associated with tech diving or just sunbathing.
A large bottle bench has kit bins and space for everyone and a main
engine-driven compressor and bank system, with long whip, makes bottle
filling quiet and efficient.
Nitrox and Helium are available, with O2 clean bottles and weights
included in all charters. As divers we recognise the benefits of Nitrox
and O2 is available for suitably qualified divers wanting to maximise
their dives. When using a suitable computer, you really do see and dive