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United Kingdom - Dorset Weymouth is blessed with a superb, award winning, golden beach. The views along the wide promenade with it's backing of beautiful Georgian houses and hotels are very impressive. In recent years the area around the picturesque harbour has been refurbished.

United Kingdom - East Anglia The East Anglia coast incorporates the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex, from the Wash in the north to the Thames Estuary in the South.

United Kingdom - Eastern England The coastal area of Eastern England between The Wash and the Humber Estuary covers the county of Lincolnshire. Effectively, this means from Skegness, in the south to Grimsby and Immingham in the mouth of the Humber to the north. You could be forgiven for thinking that this area would not be too attractive for divers. You would be wrong.

United Kingdom - England - North West The area of Coast between the Wirral to the Solway Firth is probably one of the least dived areas of the UK.

United Kingdom - Lyme Bay In 2001 a 95-mile stretch of Devon and Dorset coastline achieved world heritage status. This means it ranks with the Grand Canyon and the Great Barrier Reef as one of the natural wonders of the world, but unlike them this is on your doorstep! This includes the whole of Lyme bay, from Lyme Regis in the West to Abbotsbury and Weymouth in the East.

United Kingdom - North East England It is impossible to dive the waters of North East England without a feeling a sense of wonder and amazement as the area stretches along a coastline of very marked contrasts. Moving through the magnificent scenery of Northumberland to the industrial regions of the south, completing its journey in the fishing port of Whitby.

United Kingdom - North East Scotland From Montrose in Angus through to the top of Scotland at Wick and Thurso, the north east of Scotland is mainly made up of a huge triangle of land which juts defiantly into the harsh North Sea.

United Kingdom - Northern Ireland Northern Ireland offers a variety of diving opportunities from the rugged cliffs of Rathlin Island off the north coast to the more protected enclosed waters of Strangford Lough.

United Kingdom - Scotland As you travel through the remote, wild, rugged beauty of the Western Scottish Highlands you will realise that you are in one of the UK's few true wilderness areas.

United Kingdom - Scotland - Oban Coll & Tiree are amongst the most isolated of the Inner Hebrides and have more in common with the outlying Western Isles than with their closest neighbour Mull.

United Kingdom - Scotland - Orkney Islands At latitude of 59 north, where the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, lies an archipelago of 70 or so islands and skerries, which make up Scotland's spectacular Orkney Islands.

United Kingdom - Scotland - St Kilda The archipelago of St Kilda, which consists of four main islands, Hirta, Boreray, Soay and Dun and numerous stacs and skerries, is the most remote part of the British Isles,

United Kingdom - Scotland - The Summer Isles Achiltibuie and its smaller adjoining hamlets form the parish of Coigach which is a traditional crafting and fishing community

United Kingdom - Scotland South East The area around Berwick upon Tweed is the gateway to Scotland from the North East of England.

United Kingdom - Scotland South West From the Solway Firth to Ardnamurchan Point, including the Sound of Mull Bounded by England in the south, Ardnamurchan point in the north and the Atlantic Ocean on the west the South of Scotland offers some of the most varied and dramatic scenery

United Kingdom - Selsey The coastline of Selsey has eroded and changed greatly of the centuries. The beach is still being eroded despite the construction of a sea wall in the 1950s to protect the houses along the coast.

United Kingdom - South East From the Thames Estuary to the Isle of Wight and the Solent, the South East corner of England comprises the coastlines of the counties of Kent, East and West Sussex, and Hampshire. Its diving devotees will tell you that the area includes some of the finest diving to be found anywhere in the world. When you consider some of the dive sites around this part of England's coastline, it's difficult to disagree.

United Kingdom - South East Devon Devon is the third largest and one of the most diverse of all the English counties. There are many deep inlets including the one formed by the mouth of the river exe at Exmouth. Exmouth is famous for it's two miles of golden sandy beach, a rarity in this area of pebbly beaches.

United Kingdom - South West The South West Coast of England provides some of the best diving in the British Isles. The water is warmer and underwater visibility is often better than more northerly locations. It is not unusual to see marine life not often seen in other parts of the United Kingdom.

United Kingdom - Strangford Strangford Lough is an easy trip, great for a first time organiser or just for the lazier organiser.

United Kingdom - Swanage Amongst divers Swanage is best known for its pier and for the wreck of the SS Kyarra, which is probably, the most dived wreck in Dorset. Swanage's sheltered location, easy access and shallow water makes it a great favourite as a training location for dive schools from all over the South coast.

United Kingdom - The Channel Islands The Channel Islands of Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey and Sark are located in the English Channel between England and France and are nearer to France than to the English mainland.

United Kingdom - The Orkney Islands & Scapa Flow At latitude of 59� north, where the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet, lies an archipelago of 70 or so islands and skerries, which make up Scotland's spectacular Orkney Islands.

United Kingdom - The Scilly Islands With crystal clear waters, a fantastic array of wrecks, a plethora of marine life and old world charm in abundance, The Scilly Isles, situated off the Southwest coast of Cornwall, offer the travelling diver a truly unforgettable experience.

United Kingdom - Vobster Quay Vobster Quarry Diving Centre is an inland centre situated in the heart of Somerset approximately 8 miles outside Frome. They also offer a reserved parking facility in the waterside car park for larger groups but it is limited to one vehicle per group and must be booked in advance on a first come first served basis.

United Kingdom - Wales From Chepstow in the South, Via The Gower Peninsula, Cardigan Bay and Anglesey, to Colwyn Bay in the North, Wales's spectacular coastline and rugged beauty offers some of the least explored areas in the United Kingdom.

  

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