Mullion Island

There are plenty of bits and bobs to see round Mullion Island such as bits of wreckage and cannon, but usually the game is ‘diving roulette’, where the boat handler will find around 15m on the most sheltered side of the island, drop a shot and send in the troops! Read more…

Mullion Cove

When the wind changes towards a more easterly direction (and it inevitably does during a week at PK!) we head over to Mullion Cove. Although referred to as Mullion, the tiny village at Mullion Cove is actually called Porthmellin, Mullion being a slightly larger village about 1 mile inland. With Read more…

The SS Volnay

The Volnay was a 4609 tonne steamship laden with 18-pounder shrapnel shells which sank at Christmas 1917 after hitting a German mine. She can be reached using the club boats. You’ll find her lying in about 20m and using the following transits, you can drop a shot right on her Read more…

The Denise

The Denise was a 1596 tonne French steamer that ran aground during fog in early summer 1918. Lying in 12-16m, the wreckage is well broken up, with only the boilers still intact. It is found by lining up the fourth rocky outcrop on Men-te-Heul with a large rock that is Read more…

The Mohegan

Not dived as often as the Volnay, the Victorian Steam Liner Mohegan can really only be dived at slack water. She is situated on the Manacles. She sank in autumn 1898 due to either a dodgy helmsman or a dodgy compass! Again lying between 22 and 26m, the Mohegan is Read more…

Porthkerris Reef

The main bulk of the diving that happens on the Porthkerris trip is on Porthkerris Reef (shown above, at low tide from South Beach). It is enclosed in Porthkerris Bay, which has it’s own dive centre and café (a weighty boon for when the weather turns nasty). The reef runs Read more…

PK 2016

19/03/16 – by Ivan Horoshenkov The first day of the renowned PK trip began with a couple of people going down to PK to scout out the conditions. Receiving news that it was too rough to launch the boats and conduct training, we set our sights on Mullion Cove, despite Read more…

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…