2018 UK Trips

Have you decided on your 2018 diving dates this year? Why not check out our UK diving trips and dates this year. Contact us now and book your places to avoid disappointment.

If you don’t meet the minimum qualifications yet, don’t worry we can help work out a plan for you and get you there.

Lochaline, Sound of Mull

The Sound of Mull is probably only second to Scapa Flow as the most well known Scottish dive sites. The Sound is famous for the clarity of its water and the abundance of marine life. There is a range  of scenic, wreck and drift diving to cater for a wide range of interests – and sometimes you get all of that in one dive.  Dolphins and porpoises are common sightings. Did we mention that there are basking sharks around in the summer too? They are the second largest living fish in the world! Each day typically revolves around having the most amazing dives, interspersed by a spot of fishing off the boat during surface intervals and the opportunity for you to hand dive for king scallops – seafood doesn’t come fresher than this.

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Overnight trips

22nd to 24th June (3 days – Fri to Sun)

18th to 19th August (2 days – Sat & Sun)

21st to 23rd September (3 days – Fri to Sun)

Minimum qualifications: PADI Advanced Open Water diver, with Drysuit Speciality or equivalent.

St. Abbs

A very popular east coast dive site situated in the St. Abbs and Eyemouth Marine Reserve. Explore the coral smothered gullies, admire the beauty of nudibranches and sea hares, watch male cuckoo wrasses show off their dazzling colours and see if you can spot the legendary wolf fish.

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Day boats

19th and 20th May

16th and 17th June

21st and 22nd July

25th and 26th August

 

Minimum qualifications: PADI Open Water diver, with Drysuit Speciality or equivalent.

Farne Islands

Diving in the Farne Islands is an assault on the senses with a variety of wreck and scenic dives on offer. It boasts one of the largest grey seal colonies in England – if you are looking for encounters with seals this is it. Be warned though – the seal pups come out to play in late September and October. They are very inquisitive and often come in to take a close look and even nibble on your fins!

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Day boats

29th and 30th September 

27th and 28th October

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Minimum qualifications: PADI Open Water diver, with Drysuit Speciality or equivalent.

Also For 2018 we are investigating availability of Day Boat trips on the Forth and/or Clyde, so please watch this space, or keep an eye out for our monthly newsletter.

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