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Hard boat Dives There are a number of dive sites which have commercial dive boats, these boats are specially built or converted from pleasure boats or trawlers. These operators can provide a number of facilities such as air fills and lifts etc.
Coastal Dive Sites using our own RIB’s. There are a large number of dive sites all over the North Wales Coast and the Liverpool Bay. Our club database contains details of over 70 accessible wrecks, but there are many more. 
Shore dives.  Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives and offer interesting experiences.
When weather conditions prevent diving using our club RIB's, we dive inland dive sites, usually old quarries that have been adapted for use by divers.  Most of these have changing rooms and cafe’s either on site or close by.  We also use inland quarry’s for open water training.
Inland Quarry Dive Sites.
As a club we experience a range of Dive Sites as summarised below:-
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Other Dives
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Forthcoming Dives Scotland September Scapa Flow 2019 Details below
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Hard boat Dives There are a number of dive sites which have commercial dive boats, these boats are specially built or converted from pleasure boats or trawlers. These operators can provide a number of facilities such as air fills and lifts etc.
Coastal Dive Sites using our own RIB’s. There are a large number of dive sites all over the North Wales Coast and the Liverpool Bay. Our club database contains details of over 70 accessible wrecks, but there are many more. 
Shore dives.  Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives and offer interesting experiences.
When weather conditions prevent diving using our club RIB's, we dive inland dive sites, usually old quarries that have been adapted for use by divers.  Most of these have changing rooms and cafe’s either on site or close by.  We also use inland quarry’s for open water training.
Inland Quarry Dive Sites.
As a club we experience a range of Dive Sites as summarised below:-
Other Dives
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Hard boat Dives There are a number of dive sites which have commercial dive boats, these boats are specially built or converted from pleasure boats or trawlers. These operators can provide a number of facilities such as air fills and lifts etc.
Coastal Dive Sites using our own RIB’s. There are a large number of dive sites all over the North Wales Coast and the Liverpool Bay. Our club database contains details of over 70 accessible wrecks, but there are many more. 
Shore dives.  Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives and offer interesting experiences.
When weather conditions prevent diving using our club RIB's, we dive inland dive sites, usually old quarries that have been adapted for use by divers.  Most of these have changing rooms and cafe’s either on site or close by.  We also use inland quarry’s for open water training.
Inland Quarry Dive Sites.
As a club we experience a range of Dive Sites as summarised below:-
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Other Dives
Forthcoming Dives Scotland September Scapa Flow 2019 Details below
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