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Dive sites nearby

Clashfarland Point

This site has small rock walls and reefs down to 15 meters. At 8m there is a large Admirality fisherman’s anchor which stands two to three mtrs off the seabed on the south side of this site.

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A Frames

Shore dive on the remains of an old pier with pier foundations down to 24 metres. The highlight is a large frame at 18 metres nicknamed the monolith as it towers above the diver as you fin around it.

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Three Sisters

Park at Carrick Dhu Caravan car park. Short walk down the cliffs and over the reef to the Blackrock headland. The diving spot is in the V-shaped gap in the rocks on the eastern side of the headland. Quite exposed to the waves and will amplify the tiniest swell so only recommended on the calmest days.

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St. Abbs

Some of the most famous dive sites of St. Abbs are just 50m away from the wall of the harbour: “Cathedral Rock”, “Big Green Carr”, “Broad Craig” and “Little Carr”. These sites can be dived as a shore dive from the harbour or other sites can be reached by dive boat.

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Wastwater

Wastwater, England’s deepest natural lake. Situated in the Lake District National Park this lake formed in a glacial valley 60m above sea level. It is 4.8km long, 500m wide and reaches depths of 79m at its deepest point. The lake is owned by the National Trust and is a popular tourist destination.

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Farne Islands

The Farne Islands are famous for a colony of 4.5 thousand grey seals and teeming with life on the many varied dive sites. Most of the sites are around the outer Farnes with wrecks and reefs to explore.

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Greencastle Shore

This is a sheltered training site easily accessible from the shore. A sandy intertidal area leads to a rocky outcropping covered in seaweed and kelp.

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Capernwray (Jackdaw Quarry)

Capernwray is the North-West’s inland dive site frequented by many divers and schools. Tends to open at weekends and from thursdays in the winter and on wednesdays through to evening in the summer.

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Ellerton Park

Ellerton Park is a fresh water, spring fed 60 acre lake ,they are open 7 days a week 9.00am to 5.00pm. Late night Tuesdays and Thursdays until 7.30pm. Please note last entry to the water is 1 hour before closing. scuba diving entry £10.

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Newry Beach

Shire dive located off the waterfront of the Harbour cafe in Holyhead. The area starts off mostly sand, with kelp and rocky areas the deeper you head out into the area.

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