Wraysbury

Wraysbury is a great dive site for any diver, but particularly novices and divers needing a convenient refresher dive. With a maximum depth of 14m Wraysbury has a huge number of various sized wrecks, including the fuselage of a 737 plane, a bus, thorpe park rangers, boats, cars, and even a VW camper van.

If your interests lie more with nature we have pike, perch, tench, eels, crayfish, freshwater mussels and sponges.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 4 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Wreck Dive
  • Quarry

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

A quarry at the local St Andrews Diving centerA place for everyoneAccess from the beach and from the pier. Gases and equipment rental are available on these place

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Holborough Lake

Holborough Lake is easy to get to and accessible from M2 or M20. Postcode is ME6 5GN. It is advisable to call Holborough before going to the site to confirm opening times. To contact the lake directly and arrange your own dives please telephone: Paula at 0750 7624911 (Nemes Diving & Water Sports Academy). Lake entry fees are £ 9:50.

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Arena Swimming Pool (Bognor Regis) is used by Mulberry Divers principally for Freediving Training on Saturday afternoons throughout the year. We are able to utilise the whole 25m pool so it excellent for practising all aspects of Freediving.

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This is a small Mulberry Harbour component, thought to have been an Intermediate Pier head Pontoon used a rest place. Clearly marked by a tall red can buoy, it dries at Low Water.

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Waldrons Drift

The Waldrons is a Sandstone Reef which lies South East of Bognor Regis. We offer this as Drift Dive with the depth varying from 12-18m as you progress along the Reef. Usually plenty of marine life and visibility can be upto 8-10m.

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Designated as a Scheduled Monument in 2019, this is a Phoenix A1 Unit from the Mulberry Harbour destined for Normandy after D-Day. Nearby are a Landing Craft and a Cuckoo Rescue craft all linked by rope to form a triangular Trail. Max depth is about 10m and suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced.

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Selsey Drift (the Parks)

The Selsey Drift takes place within an area that appears on Charts as ’The Parks’, said to be the Bishop Of Chichester’s Deer Park many years ago. Tidal flow dictates the start point with an average depth of 10-12m and minimal obstructions these dives are suitable for all. Surface Marker Buoys required throughout.

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Shallow site suited to Snorkelling and Freediving as well as Scuba; max depth likely to be about 5m at HW when Ebb current will be quite strong. Good point for starting Drift dive along beach to the Lifeboat Station. Be aware of boat traffic around the wooden Ramp - always use a Surface Marker Buoy.

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Bracklesham Bay Landing Craft

The Bracklesham Bay Landing Craft is US Navy LCT548 (Landing Craft Tank) which lies in 10m of water in Bracklesham Bay, upside down! This is an ideal Wreck site for new and inexperienced wreck divers.

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Oasis Swimming Pool

The Oasis Swimming Pool, part of the Bunn Leisure complex, is regular scheduled on Wednesday / Thursday evenings and early Saturday mornings for both Scuba and Freediving.

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