Dive Sites

UB 74

This old submarine lies a bit closer to the harbour than the M2 and is a bit more broken up. It is a bit harder to spot on a sounder as it is more broken up, and we found it to be a bit darker. You need to be careful Read more…

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Eastern Kings / Devil’s Point

Eastern Kings (also known as Devil’s Point) is usually done as a shore dive, and starts in Firestone Bay, Plymouth.This dive must be done on slack tide unless it’s bang on neaps, and is advisable to do on a high slack so the river sediment doesn’t reduce the visibility. You Read more…

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Teignmouth

There is a free slip right next to Teign Diving centre. This slip is very sandy and you need to be careful not to get the van stuck when backing the trailer down. There is a speed limit within the estuary of 6 knots and you need to be careful Read more…

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Portland

This is a large harbour on the south Dorset coast. To find the slip drive round to the east side of Portland, to Castletown (the opposite side to Chesil cove). Here you will find the Aqua Hotel and a couple of dive shops including Underwater explorers (Halycon & DIR kit Read more…

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Land’s End

Land’s End is an excellent place to take the club boats for a long weekend. The range of diving available means that all levels of diver can be accommodated, and most dive sites can be geared towards both the inexperienced and the more advanced.Historically, accommodation is provided by Tower Park Read more…

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Hope Cove

Hope Cove has a short slip and a very long sandy beach where the boats can be launched. Launching costs are £6 per boat per day (2012 prices). To run a trip here you need to pick a weekend with favourable tides for launching the boats as the beach is Read more…

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Helford River

Helford river is just north of Porthkerris (PK) and can be dived on any tide. Launch out of PK, head north and then up the estuary. On the right hand side of the estuary you should see a small green shed. Divers can be dropped off opposite this shed. Alternatively, Read more…

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West Bay

No shore dives here but easy access to wrecks around this area. Very pretty with some nice walks during the surface interval.

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Louis Shied

Coordinates: N50.74341 W-4.5813 Depth range: 10m Slack time: Dive anytime The Louis Shied is one of the clubs favourite dives as it is a lovely wreck that can be done as a shore dive. A little swim off the beach, the wreck lies in around 12m of water – though Read more…

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