Top Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Norway

Ready to check out the best sites in Norway for scuba diving, snorkeling, shore diving, free diving or other ocean activities? Zentacle has 84 dive sites, snorkel spots, beaches, and more. Discover hand-curated maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. No matter what you're looking for, you can find a diverse range of the best ocean activities in Norway to suit your needs.
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Busteinsundet

#1 - Busteinsundet

Norway, Austlandet

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This is a nice place, but underwater life depends on the seal colony. Lots of seal=no life. Visability depends on season. Best in autumn/winter. Don't eaven think about it in june... Drive to Hvasser, here you need to go by boat. No rental, bring your own... Busteinsundet is also known as Halvard sitt sted.
Muren

#2 - Muren

Norway, Austlandet

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This is a nice spot close to Oslo. This wall was built to redirect ship traffic within range of the torpedo battery at Oscarsborg fortress. Worked very well at Blücher during WWII... The wall is partly open for smaller ships, and you should be aware of the current when the tide is rising/falling. Divers have died here... The spot is easy to find, and you'll have no problem parking. The wall is grown with anemones, and occasionally, you may see lobsters. Lots of Metridium senile and tru the summer it many Pollachius virens at nigh time and some Homarus gammarus. Muren is also known as Jetéen.
Belgica

#3 - Belgica

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Belgica is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Nord-Noreg which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Saltstraumen

#4 - Saltstraumen

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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A narrow strait that separates a large fjord from the Atlantic ocean. This has created on of the most exiting and challenging dive sites in the world. It is the lunar tide that makes one of the strongest tidal currents in the world. Four times a day enormous amounts of water is being forced thru a 150 meter, 3 kilometre and 30 meter deep sound. At the peak of the current the rushing water creates huge swirls (10-15 meter wide) in the shallower part of the sound. The underwater world is absolute breathtaking. Massive walls dropping down to 90 metres are completely covered with all kinds of marine life. Sea anemones are clustered around as huge flowerbeds, competing to show the strongest colours. Several large Wolffish are resting on shelves on the wall after their lunch.
Ferder Fyr

#5 - Ferder Fyr

Norway, Austlandet

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Ferder Fyr is also known as Tristein.
Pro dykk

#6 - Pro dykk

Norway, Austlandet

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Pro dykk is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Austlandet which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Veas

#7 - Veas

Norway, Austlandet

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Veas is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Austlandet which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Åvik

#8 - Åvik

Norway, Sorlandet

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Åvik harbor dive, lots of things to be found, and you can hunt for fish while diving if you want. there is a wreck in the harbor, but it is small and instable.
Kvasefjord

#9 - Kvasefjord

Norway, Sorlandet

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Look at the house of the Bay Diving Norway-Team-Frank.
Fugleberg

#10 - Fugleberg

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Beautiful wall, big seawolwes, big crabs
Curtis P-40 Warhawk

#11 - Curtis P-40 Warhawk

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Jr. Lt. Ivan Giorgievich Logutov (21) was conducting a raid to Kirkenes June 17. 1944 when his squadron of twelve were engaged by eight Fw-190. Logutov's plane was however shot down by AA-fire. He landed his plane in Karpbukt and saved his life. He was later captured by german troops. Marked with a buoy, but the buoy is down because of mussels on the rope. Didn't have time to clean it. You fix? Curtis P-40 Warhawk is also known as Fighter.
DS Johann Faulbaum

#12 - DS Johann Faulbaum

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Old German Shipwreck "Faulbaum"; WW2. Ship decorated with Victoria Cross. Read the story on Dykkepedia. You can swim from shore if you can see the tiny buoy. DS Johann Faulbaum is also known as DS Johan Faulbaum (misspelled).
Dornier DO-24

#13 - Dornier DO-24

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Dornier Do-24. WW2 Dornier DO-24 is also known as Dornier.
Olsa

#14 - Olsa

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Olsa is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Nord-Noreg which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
George Thiele

#15 - George Thiele

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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German Shipwreck George Thiele. WW2 George Thiele is also known as George Thiele.
Ingdalen

#16 - Ingdalen

Norway, Trondelag

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One of the best sites in the area. A lot of life and some nice walls. Park by the road. Aproximently 100 meters to walk down to the water.
Texaco-brygga

#17 - Texaco-brygga

Norway, Trondelag

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Frequently used for dive training by the various dive centers in the area. Driving from Trondheim, take down to the right near Trolla. There is a road going all the way down to the sea. Texaco-brygga is also known as Trolla.
Vikaneset

#18 - Vikaneset

Norway, Trondelag

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Vikaneset is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Trondelag which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Olavsgapet

#19 - Olavsgapet

Norway, Sorlandet

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Good dive site, cozy lagoon to anchor, and relax Anchor in the lagoon, swim east for gradually deeper, then keep wall to you right. At the end of dive swim north to enter the lagoon. Or start with the south exit, keep the wall to you left and end the dive gradually shallower towards the west. Cracks & crevices, variable fauna. Very nice. Can be exposed with weather from east&south
Lyngstølsvatnet

#20 - Lyngstølsvatnet

Norway, Vestlandet

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A small village that was flooded after a rock slide that blocked the river that flows down the valley and formed an artificial lake and flooded a farm that still stands as one can see today The lake is at an altitude of ca 200 meter's above sea level Access from route 655 from øye in too the mountain Lyngstølsvatnet is also known as Civilizatione lost.
Sud America VIII

#21 - Sud America VIII

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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The wreck of the tugboat 200 ton Sud America VIII is found from 10-20 meters depth. The wreck is broken in two pieces, but in a relatively good condition despite the age and the explosion that must have occurred when she went down. Both the bridge and the chimney can still be seen by the wreck. As the tidal currents in the region are strong, the dive site is exposed to heavy current, and the visibility can from time to time be quite poor. But with the rights conditions the visibility can be very good, especially during the winter. A bit north of Tromso city.
Klubben

#22 - Klubben

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Closest to either entry areas more suitable for *OW divers. Further out by the promontury (btw the entry areas) nice wall with heavier currents depending of the tide. West side has easier access 20m to water. Parking place for a couple of cars. East side down the hill 100m. Large parking area with toilet.
Labyrint

#23 - Labyrint

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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"Sharkteeth" rock formations covered with kelp. A lot to see and interest for multiple dives.
Nordmannset

#24 - Nordmannset

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Narrow stony beach btw higher rocks just aside a road tunnel. Surf can be dangerously high sometimes. Kongsfjord Nordmannset is also known as Tunnel.
Gargogeahcci

#25 - Gargogeahcci

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Easy access. Slope contour. Usually some flounders and crabs. Occasionally wolffishes
Gavesluokta

#26 - Gavesluokta

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Versatile sealife.. Road from Rustefjelbma gets narrower and "not so well maintained" along the 20km way to the site.
Storskjæret

#27 - Storskjæret

Norway, Austlandet

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There is often some current here so its a nice drift dive. Start approx. 50-70 meters south or north depending of the current, where there are shallows at 3-7 meters. The bottom rapidly falls into the fjord, with vertical drop-off. The main dive site is along the east side of the islet.
Vevangstrommen

#28 - Vevangstrommen

Norway, Vestlandet

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Rocks, level sandy-bottom, kelp. The tide goes through a narrow pass, approx 10 m wide. The current gains 3-4 knots. Strong/best visibility at incoming tide. Plenty of deadmans hand, nudibranches, schools of fish, soft-corals, squid, anemonies, catfish, angler
Helikopterplassen

#29 - Helikopterplassen

Norway, Austlandet

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The bottom is quickly sloping out into the fjord, but the most interesting is to follow the wall north at about 18-20 metres, and coming back at 8-12 metres, ending the dive in the smal bay behind the kiosk. There can be some current her so take that into consideration, or you will have a tough swim back. Excellent marine life here for marco photography. Park the car at the lot, and go the right side of the helipad/pier, behind the kiosk to enter the water.
MS Tom B

#30 - MS Tom B

Norway, Sorlandet

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The wreck of Tom B has been broken down in the years after it shipwrecked in 1958. It is now broken in three pieces.
DS Flint

#31 - DS Flint

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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The bow of the wreck is crushed, but the rear somewhat intact. You can penetrate and see the engines. The rudder and the propeller is suspended in free water at 35 meters depth, as the rear end hangs ove an drop-off. Best dived at high tide. The marine life surrounding the wreck is fantastic. There is usually buoy on the wreck.
Tråsåvika

#32 - Tråsåvika

Norway, Trondelag

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Nice place to photography and training as well. On your way out from Trondheim at E39, take to the left after you drive through the second toll-station. Take to the left again and follow the road until you see the sign to Tråsåvika Camping. The dive spot are right out from Tråsåvika Camping. It's not sure that you can drive all way down to the sea, but you can always ask...
MV Seattle

#33 - MV Seattle

Norway, Sorlandet

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Seattle went down in the Korsvikfjorden under the German invasion Weserubung 9. April 1940. The ship was on its way in to Kristiansand when she came under crossfire between the German cruiser Karlsruhe and the norwegian coastal fortress Odderøya, and the Norwegian forces thought this was a vessel that supported the German forces and started to shoot on the vessel with their 150 mm cannons.
Kaholmen Øst

#34 - Kaholmen Øst

Norway, Austlandet

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Vertical wall with some overhangs. There is susaly a tidal current here, going either out or in the fjord. this ensures a good marinelife. some place the wall is completely covered soft corals. Kaholmen Øst is also known as Oscarsborg, Karholmen Øst.
Mørkvedbukta

#35 - Mørkvedbukta

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Dive either along the breakwater or westwards along the cliffs. Bottom sloping gently, with rocks and sand patches.
Mulaasodden

#36 - Mulaasodden

Norway, Austlandet

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Visibility is often better deeper than 8-10 metres. There are plenty of rocks with lobsters and other marine life. often you encounter schools of fish here, and occasionally a wolffish on a ledge. The vertical rock walls have some very nice anemones and other soft corals. Starting at the point you can dove dive both sides, though the east side tends to be better for marine life. If you go shallow (12-20) you can start a bit on the "inside" go around the point and finish on the east side without problems.
DS Edith

#37 - DS Edith

Norway, Austlandet

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The wreck of Edith lies today broken in two pieces, where the bow of the ship is the shallowest part, at a depth of approx. 23 to 33 meters depth. The deeper part goes from 35 to 72 metres. The wreck is beginning to deteriorate, so penetration is only recommended for well trained wreck divers. Sometimes there is buoy on the bow part of the wreck.
Skottevig

#38 - Skottevig

Norway, Sorlandet

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Skottevig is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Sorlandet which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Svenner fyr

#39 - Svenner fyr

Norway, Austlandet

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Diving in and around the lighthouse available virtually throughout the year. Must use a boat. Svenner fyr is also known as Svenner lighthouse.
Kjevik Airplane Wreck

#40 - Kjevik Airplane Wreck

Norway, Sorlandet

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There is usually a boy on the wreck, but not always :( Standing on the pier facing straigh out, the wreck lies between 12 and 10 and roughly 30-40 meters out from the pier. The plane is broken in four pieces, scattered in a small area. All the pieces are connected with lines so it's easy to swim between them. Ascent can be done by following the bottom countour towards land, it's sloping upwards. Drive through the roundabout past the fire station. Drive down to the right towards a big white brick building and down past it on the right. Park next to the big oak-tree, plenty of parking space. Kjevik Airplane Wreck is also known as Dornier 24.
Verdens Ende

#41 - Verdens Ende

Norway

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Verdens Ende is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Black Watch

#42 - Black Watch

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Bombed in air attack on May 4th, 1941
DS Martha

#43 - DS Martha

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Steamship Martha was on the journey from Archangel to Bergen when she stranded near Cape Orlow in the White Sea, but later comes loose from the ground and proceed towards the Kongdfjord to get rid of the cargo, which consisted of timber. Along the way, the ship begins to take in water, and Captain Hannevig decides to seek shelter in the fjord and repair the leak before proceeding up the fjord. But November 20, 1909 Martha disappears into the depths after lying at anchor close to a day for repairs. The wreck of the Martha today rests on the keel as a typical "Donald Duck" wreck at a depth of thirty-five to fifty meters, and is relatively intact. Boat is required. Either have one of your own or ask local Dive Center(Arctic diving).
Kjeungen

#44 - Kjeungen

Norway, Trondelag

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Nice marine biology dive or for photo. Around 5-10 different crab species,seastars, nudibranches, catfish, eals, gobys.... the list goes on and on. Theres a fixed mooring, and the dive starts going west wall on right shoulder. Small cave at the beggining with loads of fish. Possible to go ashore and have a coffe brake at the lighthouse. Beware not to go fare east and end up in the middle of boat traffic route. Boat from Uthaug harbour. Contact the lokal diving club for more information. Kjeungen is also known as Uthaug.
Nato brygga

#45 - Nato brygga

Norway, Sorlandet

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by car Nato brygga is also known as Nato anlegget.
Helvetessundet

#46 - Helvetessundet

Norway, Sorlandet

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This is a natural channel between two islands. The terrain varies between light sand bottom, boulders and kelp. Good marine life offers excellent photo opportunities. In the middle of the channel it is only 4 meters deep. It's good for two dives, starting in the middle and swimming outwars or inwards to deeper water. Divesite 10-20 minutes east of the island village Lyngør, or the mainland village Gjeving.
Klaretjern

#47 - Klaretjern

Norway, Austlandet

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This small lake has very clear springwater. Trees fallen into the water make a great background for UW images. Most of all the blue water can make you fel lost in space if you venture out in the middle of the lake. Great for ice diving as well.
MS Hadsel

#48 - MS Hadsel

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Fantastic wreck from 1958 which lies with a 50 degree tilt on white sand bottom. Top of wreck at 37m and bottom at 46m. Although it has gotten beatings from the weather even at this depth, it is still fairly intact. Great marine-life as well. Soft corals and also big fish.
Eckenheim Shipwreck

#49 - Eckenheim Shipwreck

Norway, Sorlandet

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The wreck went on a reef in 1945. Much of it was salvaged in 1946, but still big pieces can be seen. The dive is more worth it because of the "artificial reef" than the wreck itself. As this is near open sea the viz can be good, depending the sea conditions. There are pieces of the wreck as shallow as 5-6 meters, and the deepest parts are at 35 meters. The wreck site can be found at the end of the chain of the red navigation buoys.
Nusfjord

#50 - Nusfjord

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Vertical wall. It is literally covered with thousands of anemones. Don't forget to look out into the blue for fish as well.
Svarteberget

#51 - Svarteberget

Norway, Austlandet

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As soon as you are out of the small bay it drops of quickly. First a couple of shelves at 6 and 14 metres, and then a drop off. Look for lobster in between the boulders. Flat fishes hide in the sandy spots and great anemones and soft corals on the wall. Macro photography in the shallow with kelp. Only by boat. But there is an old molo which makes for a small protected "harbour" where one can tie up the boat safely.
Stangholmen

#52 - Stangholmen

Norway, Sorlandet

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Stangholmen is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Sorlandet which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Ystesteinen

#53 - Ystesteinen

Norway, Sorlandet

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Various canyons, overhangs down to approx. 20 meters. Then sloping gravel/sand bottom with big boulders. Great kelp and good marine life. This is open ocean. Depending on the wind and currents, choose to dive the leeward side of the skerries. All sides pretty shallow for a while before dropping of to 20-30 ++ meters.
Vestre Seli

#54 - Vestre Seli

Norway, Sorlandet

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Varied terrain with big rocks and boulders at the upper slope, before leveling out on flat sand bottom. A lot of fish here. Look for lobsters in the crevices. also keep an eye out for flat fish hiding on the bottom. Depending on the current/wind dive north/south through the sound, at the northern part.
Heikeneset

#55 - Heikeneset

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Varied terrain. Big boulders and flat white sand bottom. Kelp in shallow water. Camschatka crab and wolffish. Nudibranchia on the kelp. Its shallow near land. to get some depth drop approx. 100 meters from shore in the bay between the small islets. Swim in an halfcircle, først east and then north, before turning west again.
Skarvesetet

#56 - Skarvesetet

Norway, Austlandet

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In the start varied terrain with lots of boulders. Halfway up the island you will find vertical walls with ledges, before the terrains starts to slope. At the noth end of the island it gets shallower and the terrain more varied again. Either follow the slope at 10-12 depth and end dive in open water, or follow the bottom countour (north-east) and end the dive in shallow water at the north end. Look for lobster and crabs among the boulders, large labridea along the wall and nudibranchia on kelp in the shallows. Start diving at the southern most point of the islanc, and dive the westside.
Dornier WW2 wreck Onoy

#57 - Dornier WW2 wreck Onoy

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Great wreck dive, ww2 airplane wreck. Dornier WW2 wreck Onoy is also known as Dornier 24 t-3.
Lysaker

#58 - Lysaker

Norway, Austlandet

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Training spot close to diveshop. Lysaker is also known as Lysaker Brygge.
IRMA

#59 - IRMA

Norway, Trondelag

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Built 1906, 350 ft, 106 m. Was in service for the Germans during ww2 and sunk 19.03.1944. Easy access in nice weather, wreck is placed in a slope. Shallow part at 13 meter and deepest part at 42 meter. IRMA is also known as Lysfluen, Evronica.
Storsand

#60 - Storsand

Norway, Austlandet

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Storsand is a promontory buildt with large rocks where kelp and anemones thrive. You might even find ballan wrasse and lobsters in between the rocks. Make sure to bring your knife to cut them loose as they often get tangeled in fishing lines. You will find the wreck of a old truck at 12 meters. Easy access to the beach with a good sandy bottom that makes it perfect to do some pranks under water without swirling up too much silt. Hence popular place for training of new divers.
Lysbotnfluene

#61 - Lysbotnfluene

Norway, Trondelag

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Probably one of the best divesites close to Uthaug for observation of nudibranches! Strong tideal current makes this spot ideal for hydroids, and this is food for many types of beautiful nudubranhces.
Akkarvika

#62 - Akkarvika

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Easy dive, nice kelp forest Short boat ride from Reine, Lofoten. A favourite spot for the Aqua Lofoten team.
Breivika

#63 - Breivika

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Steep slope towards the shore, littered with boulders. Great marinelife, with lot's of macro opportunities. Good for nightdiving as well. About 250 metres from shore you have a depth of 30-35 metres for å good start on your dive.
Gallic Stream

#64 - Gallic Stream

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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British cargo ship: weight (tons): 1594 grt Dimensions: 79.9 x 13.7 x 6.4 m which went down in 1975. The wreck is in three parts and requires fair weather for diving. Approx. position: 68° 11' 4" N, 15° 37' 56" E
M-S Moi

#65 - M-S Moi

Norway, Trondelag

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200 ft freighter which went down 1975. The wreck is relatively intact.
Raftsundet

#66 - Raftsundet

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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The marine life is excellent, although it's the drift in the strong tidal current which is the main thrill. Dive only from a boat following the divers, which at least the pair should have a buoy to the surface during the entire dive. There is a lot of traffic here, even by large ships.
Flesa

#67 - Flesa

Norway, Trondelag

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Awesome kelpforrest with a lot of marine life.
Muren vest

#68 - Muren vest

Norway, Austlandet

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This is the western end of an old underwater fortification, which comes ashore on the west-side of the fjord (See divesite Muren).
MF Melderskin

#69 - MF Melderskin

Norway, Austlandet

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MF Melderskin is also known as Lystbåten.
MF Melderskin

#70 - MF Melderskin

Norway, Austlandet

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Excellent wreck for training.
Hamborra

#71 - Hamborra

Norway, Trondelag

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Good site with a lot of life. Though it's very deep at the site, it is possible to dive with shallow depths closer to shore. The depth is therefore not a problem. Parking by the road. Accessible from land Hamborra is also known as Agdenes.
Alfred von Tirpitz

#72 - Alfred von Tirpitz

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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Wreck of the biggest German ship (with Bismarck) of WWII. Rest in available depth, next to the shore, 235 meters of huge surprising metal.
Oldenburg

#73 - Oldenburg

Norway, Sorlandet

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Oldenburg is a 0-star rated scuba dive and snorkel destination in Norway, Sorlandet which is accessible from shore based on 0 ratings.
Brem

#74 - Brem

Norway, Sorlandet

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The wreck is called Brem there is not much left of the wreck, and you can not enter the wreck. You have to go by boat, and search for a pole. I don't know how to get there exactly but if you dive in the water by the pole you only have to swim north over a hill and you see the wreck.
Søndre Missingen

#75 - Søndre Missingen

Norway, Austlandet

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These two small islands in the Oslofjord offer good marine life. Start and end the dvies in both directions (diving westwards is best) thru the small sound between the islands. Start/end your dives in the narrow sound between Søndre Missingen (north) and Ovnskjær (south). Good place to ancher the boat on a small bay at the east end of the sound.
Argentina Wreck

#76 - Argentina Wreck

Norway, Sorlandet

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The Argentina stranded on the north side of Merre November 10th 1944, and disappeared into the depths a few days later. The wreck is in several parts in a depth of 28 meters. Only the stern section is still in relatively good condition, and here you can also read the letters ARGENTINA Emden. Argentina Wreck is also known as Argentina Emden.
Pumpehuset

#77 - Pumpehuset

Norway, Austlandet

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Sloping off from beach to great depths in the middle of the Oslo Fjord. Nice walls and plateaus to the north, with fish, lobsters, starfish and sea urchins. Also interesting plant life. Anemone garden on platou at 12 meter depth, north of beach. Old ferry terminal to the south. Easy access, beach just 10m from free parking. Benches to sit on. Really in the centre of the town Drøbak, all shops within walking distance. Guest harbour 500m away.
Fagertun Båstø

#78 - Fagertun Båstø

Norway, Austlandet

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Go out from the beach and follow the left. Here is a small tube wiring that can be worth noticing that you can find on the way back. Here's to begin with mud, but you get to the more rocky bottom and up the mountain toward the surface the more left you go around the headland. Follow a little further beyond, and you come to a low wall at 10 to 22 meters deep. follow the wall down to about 22 feet and hold the left through the canyon and follow the wall up on opposite side. You come to a big rock a little further up and where you can select to cross back or continue a little bit more along the "wall" before you cross and go back. After you have crossed the "muern" as the d deep a period again but follow the depth you're on so then you'r coming to a plateau and then hold the "shallow" Side on your right side and you will get easy back to the beach again.
Svinesund

#79 - Svinesund

Norway, Austlandet

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Dive along the shore on the Norwegian side of the fjord is best. A few meters west of the bridge there is an natural threshold which tends to increase the tidal current. boulders from the bridge construction is a good spot for marine life which hide in the crevices. This is also one of the few places you can actually cross a country border while diving..legally. Although the diving on the Swedish side is not so good.
DS Rabat

#80 - DS Rabat

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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The wreck sits on its keel on flat bottom and is pretty intact. The steamship was 90 meters long. It was bombed during the war and sank in 1943. The wheelhouse is at 18-23 meters depth. The front end of the wreck has about 26 meters. The holding bays are open and can be dived. The wreck is in the middle of the entrance to Bodo port, with a lot of traffic. Sometimes there is a buoy on the wreck.
MS Hamburg Wreck

#81 - MS Hamburg Wreck

Norway, Nord-Noreg

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The German steamship Hamburg went down during the Allied attack against the Lofoten in March 4, 1941, called Operation Claymore. Several installations and buildings were destroyed around the Lofoten islands under this combined attack by the British and a small group of Norwegian soldiers. It is estimated that nine ships were sunk. The MS Hamburg anchored in the port of Svolvaer, when a group of Allied soldiers attack the ship with heavy weapons. After several grenades exploding on the deck the German crew began to abandon the damaged ship. Two men of the German crew opened the bottom vents, and soon after the MS Hamburg disappear down in the depths. That the British sunk the ship as it is often being said is just propaganda. During Operation Claymore, it is believed that ships of a tonnage of 18,000 tons were sunk. The wreck of Hamburg is currently at six to twenty-five meters in the industrial port of Svolvaer, well intact where it rests on the starboard side. The wreck is easily accessible from shore. Lofoten
Skodjestraumen

#82 - Skodjestraumen

Norway, Vestlandet

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This site is strongly recommended by local divers. Two fjord basins are separated by a shallow ridge with two small islands on it. The tide rushes through the shallow channels between the islands. The mainland either side is connected by a bridge, and the dive consists of a drift through any of the three channels. Access looks tricky for a large boat except near slack water, due to the presence of bridges with limited vertical clearance, strong tides and narrow channels - a RIB or similar is probably required. The dive is under the bridge at any state of the tide - which runs at up to 6kn. It is about 5m under the bridge, shelving gradually into deeper water either side. There is dense and colourful life at this site. It is frequented by catfish and other edible creatures. Local divers operate an informal no-take policy here.
Blaafjeld Wreck

#83 - Blaafjeld Wreck

Norway, Trondelag

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