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Where we Dive

Diving in Tenerife

Is excellent all year round.

In the summer months we expect no rain, an air temperature around 34°C and a sea temperature of 24°C.
In the winter months (Nov-May) the sea temeperature will drop to 18°C but the day-time air temperature rarely falls much below 20°C.
Underwater there is much to be seen including Tenerife’s giant stingrays, moray eels, barracudas, jacks,turtles and lots and lots of reef fish.

In the cooler, winter months we are visited by many angel sharks.

Although there is no coral in the Canary waters, the volcanic rock formations are spectacular and there are plenty of caverns, swim throughs and cliff formations to explore.

The Club does a mix of boat and shore diving covering more than 30 diferent sites across the south and east coasts of Tenerife, allowing a wide variety of diferent dive types.

Diving in the UK

As you can imagine diving in the UK requires Dry Suit

Please drop us an email if you require a Dry Suit course ( mandatory for the hire and buying of a drysuit)

We have several sites around the United Kingdom, including the famous Seahouses on the Northumberland coast, an ideal site for exploring wrecks and playing with the seals, if wrecks are your passion then you cannot go far wrong in Scapa Flow at the tip of Scotland.
Wales has some fantastic dives all along the coast and some exciting drift dives, it is important that you have several dives under your belt and certainly an Advanced Certification.

For more information on all UK dives please drop us an email

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