St Abbs Marine Park diving,
Rearranged dates 26th - 28th August 2022
Prices to be confirmed
One of our longest running destinations, St Abbs is a small fishing village close to Coldringham at the end of the B6438. Our accommodation, Rock House, nestles right in the harbour at waterside, simply roll out of bed and onto Shore Diver and off to the dive site. Skipper Paul Crowe has air & Nitrox fills to 300bar in-house too, cylinders filled between dives, superbly convenient!
Our trip covers Friday & Saturday night accommodation in Rock House, extra nights can usually be added if you would like to extend your stay. Diving is two dives each day, Saturday and Sunday.
Rachel sets the day off with a cooked breakfast to order, at a small extra charge or you can self cater. St Abbs diving is two dives per day, off Shore Diver, returning to harbour after each. This is a fast, spacious boat with a WC, all modern safety and navigational aids and most importantly a diver lift to get you back on the boat. Easy peasy. Usual welcome apres dive is a warm drink and biccy and there is Ebb Carr`s cafe in the harbour to replenish the calories between dives.
Evening entertainment is either a BBQ in the courtyard at Rock House (weather dependant) or we roll into Coldringham to one of the excellent pubs for a drink and a meal.
Diving is spectacular, very colourful with lots of sea life. Most diving is relatively shallow ( less than 18m) so can be enjoyed by all scuba abilities. Our favorite sites are Petticowick, Anemone Gullies, Tye`s Tunnel, Black Carrs, Green Carr, the world famous Cathedral Rock, Ebb Carrs and Glanmire wreck.
As with all boat diving SMB use is essential at the end of the dive so please ask if you need assistance with this, we can offer full training before the trip. We can also offer a full guided experience, check out Discover Local Diving and add this to the trip.
A deposit of £75 is required to secure your trip place so please call us for payment details.