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Dosthill Quarry Dive Site Review

DostHill Quarry near Tamworth is a strange place… When you are driving to find it, you’ll end up in a housing estate, and right next to a church graveyard is the quarry carpark. I’m not religious, but I did fi...


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HMS Scylla Dive Site Review

Probably one of the most famous dive sites in the UK, the Scylla has a lot to live up too – and it does (for the most part) I was lucky enough to dive the Scylla as part of my PADI AOW. HMS Scylla is the UK’s first ...



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Glen Strathallan Dive Site Review

I need to start this by saying, my only dive here was for my night dive on my PADI Advanced Open Water course, so not only do I not really remember alot about the actual site, but it was marred by some idiot who liked to kick m...


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Fort Picklecombe Dive Site Review

The Fort Picklecombe dive site is home to a stunning reef with plenty of marine life. I was lucky enough to spot some large starfish, dead crabs, sea cucumber and plenty of underwater sand formations. There was a large variety ...



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HMS Abelard Dive Site Review

One of the first places I ever dived after gaining my PADI Open Water Cert. was the Abelard wreck just off the coast of Plymouth. Unfortunately as we got out to the site by boat, it was beginning to get dark and so cut the dive...


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New England Quarry Dive Site Review

I did most of my training at New England Quarry starting with my PADI Open Water and then my Advanced and part of my Rescue Diver, so I am pretty familiar with the dive site. The quarry is situated near Ivybridge (near to Plymo...



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Capernwray Dive Site Review

Capernwray Dive Site Review - Plenty to see underwater and great site facilities