Deep Blue Scuba

2021 Trips

Here is our 2021 trips schedule, including a couple of new destinations for this year. Also new for this year is that members have an exclusive booking window until 2 weeks before the trip!

Contact us now at trips@deepbluescuba.co.uk to book and for any questions.

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.

Please review our Terms and Conditions for dive trips.

EAST COAST WRECKS (NEW!!)

 Price: £100 per day (£85 if member)

Dates:

28 August 2021 Booking now!

subject to restrictions and experience

Did you know the St. Abbs and Eyemouth coast is unbeatable for wreck diving with over 100 historic wrecks to explore? There are a number of wrecks that are up to 40m which can be explored by recreational divers. These wrecks include U74, Cyclops, Dove, Nidelvin and Upsidedown. We will start our journey from Eyemouth with one wreck dive followed by a final shallower reef dive. Depending on distance to wreck and weather, we may do two wreck dives instead. 

Type of dive: Hard boat, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Deep, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Wreck

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ISLE OF MAY (NEW!!)

Price: £100 per day (£85 if member)

Dates:

26th June 2021 

29 August 2021 Booking now!

subject to restrictions and experience

The Isle of May has a wide range of dive sites which suits all levels. It is home to thousands of grey seals and seabirds. Sitting near the mouth of the Firth of Forth, it is weather dependent but on a good day, it provides some stunning diving. The rocky reefs support kelp forests – tall enough for divers (and seals!) to swim through, rich marine life and great visibility. Wolf fish, octopus and all sorts of spectacular corals and anemones all waiting to be seen. There are numerous open caves and swim-throughs as well as shallow wrecks. There are also some beautiful top side scenery to take in while you are there. 

Type of dive: Hard boat, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Open Water, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Advanced Open Water

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BASS ROCK

Price: £100 per day (£85 if member)

Dates:

27 June 2021 SOLD OUT

Near North Berwick, Bass Rock is an amazing scenic dive site with something for everybody. Bass Rock was formed over 320 million years ago from the remains of previously active volcanoes in the area. It has walls that drop to over 30m+, smothered in beautiful anemones and an impressive array of other marine life. Top side, it has a magical mix of seals and seabirds, particularly its stunning colony of over 150,000 gannets.

Type of dive: Hard boat, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Open Water, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Advanced Open Water

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LOCHALINE, SOUND OF MULL

Price: £437 (£392 if member)

27 – 30th May

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. For more info www.deepbluescuba.co.uk/whats-included-uk-trips

Type of dive: Hard boat, overnight trip

Minimum qualifications: Advanced Open Water, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Deep

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ST. ABBS 

Price: £80 per day (£65 if member)

Dates:

15/16 May 2021 SOLD OUT

19/20 June 2021

17/18 July 2021 

21/22 August 2021 Booking now!

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.

Type of dive: Hard boat, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Open Water, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Advanced Open Water

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FARNE ISLANDS

Price: £80 per day (£67.50 if member)

Dates:

25/26 September 2021 Booking now!

16/17 October 2021 Booking now!

30/31 October 2021 Booking now!

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!

Type of dive: Hard boat, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Open Water, Drysuit

Recommended qualifications: Advanced Open Water

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CLYDE

Blue RIB Starfish Enterprise tied up at a marina

Price: £80 per day (£65 if member)

Dates:

18/19 September 2021 Booking now!

New for 2021, we will be diving the Firth of Clyde with Wreckspeditions on their boat the “Starfish Enterprise”. Wreckspeditions are based in the beautiful town of Dunoon on the Cowal Peninsula, the doorway to Argyll. To save us from travelling all the way to Dunoon, we will be picked up at Inverkip Marina.

There are more than 20 shipwrecks within a half hour steam, as well as glorious sheltered sea loch sites, islands with rocky reefs and sheer wall faces, and thriving marine life. Dive sites in the Clyde range from 5-50m+ so there is something here for all abilities, from trainees to tech divers.

Type of dive: RIB, day trip

Minimum qualifications: Advanced Open Water, Drysuit