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Aberdeen Coast
The diving throughout the Aberdeen coast is much better than you would expect. Whilst there are some very good boat dives including some reasonable wrecks, during a three year period of living there we specialised in rock-hopper shore dives. From P...
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Firth of Clyde area
The Firth of Clyde area in Scotland offers exceptional diving opportunities, particularly to experienced divers looking for challenging cold water dives. An abundance of wildlife, excellent wreck sites and clear waters all mean that diving the Clyde ...
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North Berwick
A lovely small seaside town which has clearly been a popular resort for a long time. Some great places to eat and drink along with some nice shops if thats what your looking for. The diving is great although tides restrict the hard boats whilst the ...
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Oban is the gateway to diving on the west coast of Scotland. Many Liveaboard Charter boats are based here. You can explore the beauty of the Sound of Mull which is reasonably well sheltered from prevailing SW winds. There are a number of wrecks in th...
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Scapa Flow
Scapa Flow in the Orkneys was the home of the main Atlantic Operations HQ for the First and Second World War with the base at Lyness, It is, however, what lies below the waves that makes it a premier place for divers. On 21st June 1919 the entir...
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St Abbs, Eyemouth
St. Abbs Had a great dive in st.Abbs last year, it had been pretty calm for a few days and the visibility was 20 meters +, not saying it will always be like that but it was when I went... ;0). The dive itself was fantastic, lots of rock holes to go ...
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Strangford Lough
Generally would recommend checking out for information regarding positions, tides, wreck details and some photos.Would recommend a dry-suit as water temp during summer can easily be around 11 degrees (semi-dry would be suffi...
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