We love to travel, whether it’s in the UK or overseas we’re always on the move! We have run trips to the Red Sea, Scapa Flow, Iceland, the Farnes, Menorca and the Philippines to name a few.
We provide a variety of trips throughout the year, both overseas and the UK, so whether you want to escape for a weekend, or join a more ambitious long haul adventure, we can guarantee you will be surrounded by similarly enthusiastic dive buddies.
We run all of our trips jointly with our sister shop Aquanaut Scuba, this brings a diverse group of people together with a common love of diving. Whatever kind of diving gets you going we have trips to suit.
If you have any questions about any of the trips we are running or just have some questions about a particular destination, don’t hesitate to contact the team and we’ll be happy to answer your questions.
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After 3 amazing trips to the Philippines, we just have to return again to this exceptional diving destination to experience the pristine reefs and true biodiversity of the underwater life, big and small.
Our 2021 trip will take in the stunning reefs of Southern Leyte and the thresher sharks of Malapascua. Lynne has dived both locations and stayed at both resorts and will accompany the trip.
Southern Leyte is one of the hidden gems of the Philippines; on the little-visited Eastern side of the Visayas, tourism is low key, meaning the chances are you will have the whole reef to yourself and the reefs, well, they are simply stunning! It is not guaranteed, but there is a chance of seeing Whalesharks too!
Sogod Bay Scuba Resort, there are not so many resorts that have a house reef like SBSR, with pigmy seahorses, turtles and frogfish being commonplace. The resort is small, clean and tidy and well run by Phil and Pedro, who as enthusiastic today as they have ever been about their wonderful underwater world.
Malapascua is the only place in the world where recreational divers can predictably see thresher sharks. The sharks come up from the deep for a clean on Monad Shoal and it is
not uncommon to see several or more individuals during one dive.
Exotic Resort was the first to start diving with Thresher sharks. The dive centre has a friendly and well-run operation and with six boats available, there are no issues about missing out on going anywhere! The resort is perfectly located right on the picturesque white sand Bounty beach.
Spend a week exploring the world-famous Wrecks and Reefs of the Egyptian Red Sea with Aquanaut Scuba onboard Tornado Marine Fleet’s M/Y Whirlwind. This trip is suitable for all levels of diver including those newly certified as a PADI Open Water Diver/BSAC Ocean Diver or equivalent.
We also hope to be able to offer an extended package with Anthias Divers in Sharm el-Sheikh which will present an opportunity for divers in training who have completed the PADI OW Referral to finish off their certification with the 4 PADI OW Qualifying Dives prior to embarking on the liveaboard and experience shore and day-boat diving from the dive centre in Naama Bay.
Come and Dive Lundy Island as seen on Countrywise and Britain’s Secret Seas.
Lundy Island is within easy reach of Ilfracombe and takes between 60-90minutes to reach by boat. Lundy has some of the best diving in the country including over 40 dive sites made up of reefs, pinnacles, drop-offs and countless wrecks. It is also a marine nature reserve, home to seals, birds and various marine life.
Suitable for even novice divers Lundy has a lot to offer from a 6m seal dive to more advanced wreck and pinnacle diving in deeper water we can cater for all abilities and arrange a day to suit our group.
The Sardine Run takes place in Port St. Johns during June and July and is one of nature’s ultimate wildlife adventures. During the Sardine Run millions of Sardines move north with the currents from South Africa’s cape coast and they are followed by a huge number of predators. Being in the water around the Sardine bait balls is amazing, and you are often surrounded by hundreds of Common Dolphins, Bronze Whaler Sharks, diving Cape Gannets, Bryde’s Whales, Game Fish, Cape Fur Seals and of course millions of Sardines! During the Sardine Run, the annual Humpback Whale migration passes Port St. Johns, offering some amazing up-close sightings of the Humpback Whales, in the water, close to the boats and when the Whales are breaching!
After previous awesome trips to the Isle of Man, we have organised another for 2021. The diving around the island is some of the best in UK waters with plenty of life, a good number of wrecks, playful seals but above all the visibility is nearly always excellent at around 10-15m (famous last words). This trip allows for 8 dives in total spread over 5 days.
The dives shall all take place on Mikes excellent and well equipped dedicated dive boat out of Port St Mary or Port Erin (depends on the weather). The boat has good space on the back for 10 divers plus an inside cabin area for when the weather is not so kind. One of the best features of diving in the IOM is that no matter which way the weather may be coming from Mike can always get the boat out.
Most of the dive sites are 30 mins or less on the boat which allows for a return to port between dives for refill/lunch/sunbathe……whatever you like really.
There’s going to be an Amphibian Porthkerris adventure August bank holiday weekend 2021. Heading down on Friday 27th August, dive Sat & Sunday and head back on the Monday.
We will be staying in cabins on the beachfront. The dives are yet to be determined but it’s basically up to us. One of the dives will be the Helford River because it’s awesome.
Aliwal Shoal is rated in the top 10 dive sites in the world. Diving Aliwal Shoal is an experience never to forget, moreover, the biodiversity of species is mind-blowing. From big to small, pretty to scary the reef has it all. Aliwal Shoal also boasts two wrecks that are both different and magnificent dives. Let’s not forget the reefs speciality…Shark Diving! Aliwal Shoal forms the crown of a Marine Protected Area.
The club trip has been scheduled at the end of the UK diving season and to also hit the time where the most crossover in shark species are around the reef to give the best chance to encounter 8 different shark species as well as the end of humpback season and the beginning of whale shark season. Aliwal Shoal is also home to a huge variety of other marine life. Mostly including dolphins, turtles, rays, eels, game fish, reef fish and an abundance of macro life as well. Between dives, Humpback Whales & Dolphins are often seen from the boat.