Hard Boat Trips.
Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives but in themselves offer interesting experiences allowing more flexibility when planning: Trefor Pier - Located on the Llyn peninsular it is a site popular because of it's safety and diverse marine life. Unfortunately the pier is now deteriorating so care is needed. Criccieth beach - a sheltered beach dive with lots of marine life. You can even have an ice cream afterwards. Porth ysgaden - on the llyn peninsular this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices. Menai Strait - There are a number of shore dives near the suspension bridge. Slack water is required so careful planning is needed. More for the experienced diver. Porth Castell (Ravens point) at Trearddur bay on Angelsey - this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices and family outings on the beach. Mackenzie landing in Holyhead - A dive with a difference, there are steps!!. Great fun with lots to see. keep a look out for lost holiday makers property. Newry beach in Holyhead - close to mackenzie landing but with sand, chips and ice cream. A family day out. Wreck of the Royal charter near Moelfre - A dive off the beach of this famous treasure ship. Access to the beach is not for the faint hearted. Shore dives.

Shore Dives

Scapa Flow to dive on the remains of the German high seas fleet from world war 1. Weymouth to dive the area famous ship wrecks including the M2 British submarine and the aeolean Sky. St Abbs to dive the marine conservation site with it's rich marine life. Sound of Mull to dive it's famous wrecks including the Rondo, Hispania, Breda and the Thesis. Plymouth to dive the James Egan Layne, Scylla, Elk, Rose Hill, maine, Persier and others.
Hard Boat Trips.
Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives but in themselves offer interesting experiences allowing more flexibility when planning: Trefor Pier - Located on the Llyn peninsular it is a site popular because of it's safety and diverse marine life. Unfortunately the pier is now deteriorating so care is needed. Criccieth beach - a sheltered beach dive with lots of marine life. You can even have an ice cream afterwards. Porth ysgaden - on the llyn peninsular this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices. Menai Strait - There are a number of shore dives near the suspension bridge. Slack water is required so careful planning is needed. More for the experienced diver. Porth Castell (Ravens point) at Trearddur bay on Angelsey - this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices and family outings on the beach. Mackenzie landing in Holyhead - A dive with a difference, there are steps!!. Great fun with lots to see. keep a look out for lost holiday makers property. Newry beach in Holyhead - close to mackenzie landing but with sand, chips and ice cream. A family day out. Wreck of the Royal charter near Moelfre - A dive off the beach of this famous treasure ship. Access to the beach is not for the faint hearted. Shore dives.

Shore Dives

Scapa Flow to dive on the remains of the German high seas fleet from world war 1. Weymouth to dive the area famous ship wrecks including the M2 British submarine and the aeolean Sky. St Abbs to dive the marine conservation site with it's rich marine life. Sound of Mull to dive it's famous wrecks including the Rondo, Hispania, Breda and the Thesis. Plymouth to dive the James Egan Layne, Scylla, Elk, Rose Hill, maine, Persier and others.
Hard Boat Trips.
Shore dives are often ideal for first sea dives but in themselves offer interesting experiences allowing more flexibility when planning: Trefor Pier - Located on the Llyn peninsular it is a site popular because of it's safety and diverse marine life. Unfortunately the pier is now deteriorating so care is needed. Criccieth beach - a sheltered beach dive with lots of marine life. You can even have an ice cream afterwards. Porth ysgaden - on the llyn peninsular this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices. Menai Strait - There are a number of shore dives near the suspension bridge. Slack water is required so careful planning is needed. More for the experienced diver. Porth Castell (Ravens point) at Trearddur bay on Angelsey - this is a nice sheltered site suitable for novices and family outings on the beach. Mackenzie landing in Holyhead - A dive with a difference, there are steps!!. Great fun with lots to see. keep a look out for lost holiday makers property. Newry beach in Holyhead - close to mackenzie landing but with sand, chips and ice cream. A family day out. Wreck of the Royal charter near Moelfre - A dive off the beach of this famous treasure ship. Access to the beach is not for the faint hearted. Shore dives.
Scapa Flow to dive on the remains of the German high seas fleet from world war 1. Weymouth to dive the area famous ship wrecks including the M2 British submarine and the aeolean Sky. St Abbs to dive the marine conservation site with it's rich marine life. Sound of Mull to dive it's famous wrecks including the Rondo, Hispania, Breda and the Thesis. Plymouth to dive the James Egan Layne, Scylla, Elk, Rose Hill, maine, Persier and others.