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Guided Dives 

Day Experience
Pembrokeshire / Gower

£145 - Whole day with two dives minimum 2 persons
Pembrokeshire or Gower Peninsular
St Brides/Martin's Haven

Outline & Pre-requisites  

This is a wonderful guided dive program that we run for divers qualified scuba divers from any agency.

Course Content  

We have a number of beautiful and very safe open water sites to choose from, either here along the stunning Gower Peninsular or in Pembrokeshire for this experience. The bays we use offer almost swimming pool like qualities, being well enclosed with a sandy bottoms and in a couple of locations we use a plethora of sealife! You will be given an introduction to the scuba equipment that you will use and a briefing to familiarise you to the safety aspects of diving. On completion, we will assist you in kitting up before guiding you on some sites we are very familiar with - you're going to love it!

Don't worry if you are not too confident or haven't dived in a while, we can combine this with your refresher course at no extra cost! You'll be closely supervised and the dives are completely at your own pace.  We have a break for lunch and discuss what we have done and seen before re-entering the water in the afternoon for a second dive. One of the sites we use is also on the edge of a conservation area meaning that fishing is banned - therefore an abundance of sea-life is to be seen!

Toilet facilities on site, some sites have cafes, but packed lunch required. If you'd like a personal & dedicated 1 to 1  experience then get in touch to discuss.

Note - You may be an experienced diver but you must know these sites before you dive them, we have the second highest tidal range in the world in the Bristol Channel & many a shore dive has caught out the unfamiliar diver, a guide is a must if you've never dived these sites before!

Cost & duration  

£145 - per person - Whole day experience - Minimum of 2 persons

1 to 1 - POA

Dependent on tide times, meeting a few hours before high tide.