Dive Sites

Chesil Cove

Chesil Cove is a favourite shore dive due to its accessibility, good visibility and protection from southerly/southeasterly winds through to north north-westerlies. It has a max depth of 15m, with an average depth of 8m and can be dived on any tide. There is limited parking at the top of Read more…

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Charmouth

Charmouth is a very pretty place and is close to the wreck of the Baygitano (although Lyme Regis is closer by about a mile and a half). There is no shore diving to write about, and ensure to watch the depth at low tide as it can get very shallow Read more…

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Brixham Breakwater

Brixham Breakwater is situated in Devon (south-west of England). It is a great shore diving site for new ocean divers. It on a North facing shore within Torbay so it is protected from all winds, except north easterlies. There is a flat sandy seabed (with lots of scallops and occasional Read more…

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Baygitano

A 20m wreck that can be dived at almost any state of the tide, although novice divers may find it difficult going on springs. Full of life (as in you will struggle to see the wreck due to all the fish in the way), this wreck is easily reached by Read more…

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Azores

The Azores are one of two autonomous regions of Portugal, and are an archipelago composed of nine volcanic islands in the North Atlantic Ocean.

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Babbacombe Beach

Babbacombe Beach is a favorite dive site with the club. Located in Torbay it is a fairly easy drive from Bristol and with a traditional stop off at McDonalds there is a handy breakfast/lunch outlet. The car park overlooks the shore with easy access and no currents make for a Read more…

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