Dive St Abbs
Berwickshire’s coastal waters have long been renowned for their abundance and diversity of marine life. Here cold Arctic currents and warmer currents from the south swirl together and support diverse and abundant marine life so that Arctic wolf fish can be found living side by side with Devonshire Cup corals.
The diving off St Abbs head is truly excellent in some of the very best sub 30m dive sites in the UK and Europe. As the greater part of the Marine Reserve the range of dive sites is impressive. A typical weekend’s diving could include kelp forests, Swim throughs’, tunnels and walls. Most sites are teaming with life and colour. The annual Splash in competition is a testament to our underwater photographers’ paradise.
There are a number of other excellent dive sites beyond the reserve but easily within Wavedancer’s range. Often more suitable for the less crowded mid-week trips, Bass Rock and the stunning Isle of May are to the north and the amazing Farne Islands lie to the south.
There are a range of dive sites suitable for all levels of dive qualification and ability. Gary is always happy to help in dive selection by suggesting the best options in consideration of the weather, tides, potential viz, and diver ability.