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St Brides Bay Pembrokeshire Wales #047C80
St Brides Bay in South West Wales, Pembrokeshire is one of the most beautiful bays I've ever seen and Rachels favourite bay dive in the UK.
This was our second to last dive of 2014 and was surprisingly warm in our 5mm suits on the last day of the year, we lasted around 45mins in this idyllic location. There is usually a single boat moored up in it's secluded bay and glorious kelp forests at the edge of the bay to explore. When the tide is in you can have some pleasant dives around 6m+ deep and enjoy the rock formations all around the edge.
In a RGB color space, hex #047c80 is composed of 1.6% red, 48.6% green and 50.2% blue. Whereas in a CMYK color space, it is composed of 96.9% cyan, 3.1% magenta, 0% yellow and 49.8% black. It has a hue angle of 181.9 degrees, a saturation of 93.9% and a lightness of 25.9%. #047c80 color hex could be obtained by blending #08f8ff with #000001. Closest websafe color is: #006699.