Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in United Kingdom

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Devil's Point

United Kingdom, Europe

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Slack is 1 hour before high water. Contact the Long Room beforehand to check no shipping movements and OK to dive You jump off a small jetty which is to the north west of the car park. From here swim north (inland) following the contour of the shore. You can get down to 40m where there are standing stones. Come up and you get to the underwater stone wall of the Royal William Yard, around 5-10m, follow this south till you get back to the entry point, there are stone steps and a handrail to get out of the water. If you time it right the outgoing tide drifts you back. Lots of lobsters, conger, dead men's fingers etc. Use multimap.com, search for Admiralty Road, Plymouth PL1. car Park at the end of Admiralty Road, from there a short walk to the drop off.
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Ascension Island

United Kingdom, Europe

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The Farne Islands

United Kingdom, Europe

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St. Abbs and Eyemouth

United Kingdom, Europe

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Beadnell and Newton

United Kingdom, Europe

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St. Mary's Island England

United Kingdom, Europe

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If you don't fancy lugging your kit across the causeway and scrambling over the slippery rocks, why not enjoy St Mary's from a different perspective? This dive site is perfect for beginners with a nice easy beach entry. It's a very shallow site which slopes gently to a max depth of about 6m. But just because it's shallow doesn't mean it's not teeming with life! You'll see all types of crustaceans and juvenile fish. We've even seen monkfish right in the shallows! Plus, if you're really lucky a cheeky grey seal from the island might come to visit!
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Howick

United Kingdom, Europe

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