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Dive sites nearby

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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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.

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Brighton Marina

Newhaven Scuba’s training site is an ideal site to gain experience in a safe environment with areas that you can practice neutral buoyancy and watch the vast fish life. Max depth is 6 meters and the life changes dramatically at night. Join Newhaven Scuba’s club to get exclusive use of this site.

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HMT Lancer 2 was a armed trawler which sank in 1918 after a collision with another vessel. The wreck lays in a depth of 21 to 28 metres dependent on tide and is accessible by boat.

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This was yet another Victim of UB-57 who sank her without any warning on 29th March 1918. The TR Thompson was 110m long and 14m wide weighing 3538 tons. Only 3 men of the 36 crew survived this sinking. Look out for the deck gun on the stern section.

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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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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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HMS Northcoates

Often called the “Armed Trawler’, HMS Northcoates lies in 27m some 9 miles from Selsey. Always a popular dive, the degaussing equipment fitted for her minesweeper role is still visible together with the prominent forecastle gun.

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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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This is a very accessible wreck in 24m. Shirala was torpedoed in July 1918 and sank just off the North East end of the Owers, 8 miles from Selsey.

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