Wrecks. Include submarines, U-Boats, freighters, warships, passenger liners and cargo vessels. Depths of the wrecks vary from 10 metres to 50 metres plus. The wrecks provide ideal opportunities to explore our maritime past, or to enjoy the aquatic life that wrecks attract.
Marine Life. You can expect to see include: Bib, Pouting, Pollock, Ballan Wrasse, Corkwing Wrasse, Blennies, John Dory, Dog Fish, and the occasional ocean Sun Fish. Dolphins and seals have also been spotted. Spider Crabs, Edible crabs, Lobsters, Squat Lobsters, Scallops and Mussels abound, together with many flat fish including Turbot, Brill, Top Knot, Plaice, Lemon Sole and Rays.
All year round can be enjoyable but for best experience, April through to September.
The Old Harbour Dive Centre’s unique location means a pleasant trip through Weymouth’s beautiful harbour to your dive site. For groups who have their own boat, you can moor up immediately outside the dive centre and enjoy a bite to eat, or a coffee and ice cream while you wait for your cylinders to be filled.
Google the location of Old Harbour Dive Centre for location.
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