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About this book
About this book
This is an exciting new diving guide covering dive sites in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Explore the wreck of the E39 submarine off Pembrokeshire or the stunning Cathedral Rock off St Abbs to the Unknown Coaster in Portland Harbour. In this title, 100 dives are described in detail from easy shore dives to more demanding boat dives. Dive locations are fully illustrated with specially commissioned maps and diagrams together with full colour photography throughout. All dives are above 18m and suitable for all levels of experience from novice to technical diver. The United Kingdom has some of the best diving available in Europe offering a mixture of scenic reef dives and spectacular wrecks. Wherever you are in the United Kingdom you are only a short distance away from one of these spectacular dives.
England;A1 Submarine (Bracklesham Bay);Far Mulberry (Selsey);Selsey Lifeboat Station;Brighton Ledges ( Brighton);Brighton Pier ( Brighton);Countess of Erne ( Portland Harbour);Thatchers Rock ( Torquay);Galicia ( TorQuay);Penndenis Point ( Cornwall);Browns Bay ( Newcastle);Chandris and Oslo fiord ( South Shields);Hera ( Falmouth);Newhaven wall ( Sussex);Eastbourne Lighthouse ( Sussex);Freshwater Bay ( Isle of White); Bembridge Lifeboat Station ( Isle of White);Swanage Pier ( Dorset);Fluer De Le (Dorset);Sugar Loaf Caves ( Isle of Man);Barracuda Bay (Isle of man);The Spaniard ( Portland Harbour);Unknown Coaster ( Portland Harbour);Indiana / Miown ( Brighton);Ben Asdal ( Cornwall);St Margarets Bay ( Kent);Black Hawk (Weymouth);Scotland;Seagull Rock ( St Abbs);Cathedral rock ( St Abbs);The Breda (Oban);Lochaline ( West Scotland );Scapa Flow ( Orkneys);Rosehearty (Just Up from Aberdeen );Todhead Lighthouse ( East Scotland);The Skerries ( East Scotland );The river Dee ( Scotland ); The Alterns ( East Scotland);Catterline ( East Scotland);Boddam Lighthouse ( East Scotland);Boddam Quarry ( East Scotland );Boddam Harbour ( East Scotland );Inchkeith Island ( Firth of the Forth);Burnt Island Breakwater ( Firth of the Forth);The Adam Smith ( Firth of the Forth);Elie Harbour ( Firth of the Forth);Fife Nest ( Firth of the Forth);East and West Vows ( East Scotland );Crawton ( East Scotland);Cove Harbour ( East Scotland);Wales;Skomer Marine reserve (Pembrokeshire);The Smalls ( Pembrokeshire);Stackpole Quay (Pembrokeshire);E39 Submarine (Pembrokeshire);Stack Rocks (Pembrokeshire);The Behar (Pembrokeshire);The Dakotian (Pembrokeshire);The Loch Sheil (Pembrokeshire);The wick (Pembrokeshire);The Cambro (Pembrokeshire);The Hen and Chicks (Pembrokeshire);Dead Eye (Pembrokeshire);High Court Reef (Pembrokeshire);Seal Rock (Pembrokeshire);Thorn Island (Pembrokeshire);Adamantios J Pithis (Pembrokeshire);Baron Ardrossan (Pembrokeshire);Amazonense (Pembrokeshire);Martins Haven (Pembrokeshire);St Brides Haven (Pembrokeshire);Ireland;Inner and outer Lees ( Strangford Lough);Pat McGee's Reef ( Donegal);
Patrick Shier is a PADI MSDT who runs a successful dive school on the Kent/East Sussex border. He often arranges shore and boat dives around the UK coastline, taking newly qualified divers on their very first sea dive. He is a regular contributor to Sport Diver Magazine.