Just off the coast of Northumberland with its historic castles lie the Farne Islands. Launching our RHIBS from Beadnell Bay or jumping on a hard boat at Seahouses, we head out to the islands to join the seals and puffins.
Crabs, lobsters and squat lobsters lurk in nooks and crannies and sometimes an octopus if you're lucky.
The star players are of course the seals and we can't get enough of them!
The Isle of Anglesey off the coast of North Wales offers some exceptional diving for all grades of diver.
Shallow reefs and wrecks teeming with catsharks offer the novice and newly qualified some great experience diving and, for those who like things with a little more pressure, there are the really deep wrecks off the north coast to explore. With plenty to do above the water too, Anglesey makes a great trip for all the family.
On the West coast of Scotland, this is another of those diving meccas that will be on any diver's bucket list.
Diving in sea lochs next to cliffs that plummet into the water for hundreds of metres, this area houses some of the UK's most famous and treasured wrecks.
The Thesis, Rondo, Shuna, Hispania and Breda are all classics that will quench any lust for rust you may have. It's a wreckie's dream!
When not exploring the ins and outs of the wrecks, scallop hunting is the main activity, with many of our members stocking up for the year!
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