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Wars account for most but there are notable exceptions such as The M2 submarine and the Aeolian Sky.
The dive sites will depend on the weather
and sea conditions as always, however here’s a sample of what’s on offer.
The Sky as she is known locally is a very large wreck and although the object of much salvage work, it is still very recognisable. Lying on her port side, the stern and rear accommodation areas are relatively intact and stand some 12M off the sea bed. There is much evidence of her cargo within the wreck and strewn across the seabed. This is a great dive especially for those new to wreck diving but potentially strong tides and variable visibility make local knowledge necessary. Max Depth 30m
is classified as a war grave due to the fact that she sank as the result of an accident in 1932 killing all the crew. This
submarine was unique in that she carried a small aircraft in a hangar built on to the conning tower and it is thought that whilst practising emergency diving the hangar door was not properly closed, quickly flooding the ship and sending her to the bottom. She is an amazing dive virtually intact apart from the crane for aircraft recovery having been trawled off a few years ago and some clandestine salvage, which saw the removal of her propellers. Max Depth 36m (more…)
Join us for another fun diving weekend in the Farne Islands, Northumberland.
These rocky islands are home to a large grey seal colony, with more than 1,000 pups born every autumn.
The seal are rare and endangered as a species so it is a real privilege to be able to get up-close in their natural environment. Click on the link below to see Gemma’s
great video of our last visit. The seals are often playful and are fascinated by diver’s fins. Sometimesall you need to do is drop to 5 meters and waggle your feet to be hugged, chewed and buzzed by playful seals.
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a very stable twin hulled dive boat run by Sovereign divers, a company that
we have enjoyed using on many occasions. They know the best sites and have always given us a great weekend. The skipper will put us on sites that fit our experience levels and will also brew us a heart-warming cup of tea between dives. The diver lift makes exiting the water effortless (nearly) and the best feature for those with small bladders is the on-board toilet. (more…)
Saturday 7th Dec 1pm – 4pm
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