Dive charter

From now we are an official PADI Dive charter boat


         That's right from 2017 on,

We will be offering dive charter on our 31 ft long vessel STRIKER.

With our 6 metre SEA DEMON rigid hulled inflatable boat, available aswell.

In clear Waters of North West Scotland,

We will be able to offer.....

Where there is many beautiful Reefs and islands and also underwater rocky peeks to explore and photograph.

And there are many fish and shellfish to enjoy aswell under the water. And there are seals and porpoises and dolphins aswell.

The boat is based in Gairloch.

Although if a group was wanting to do diving for a few days where they want to go. Say Ullapool or Torridon then I could take the boat to you.

Hope to see you soon.

              kind regards, Jamie

Hello , welcome to my diving section of the website.  There is definitely a bit Warmer up top on the surface. We had a harsh old winter this year.

And Summer I suppose round the corner. hopefully a good one ! : )

And we can all start , enjoying some great diving on the west coast of the Scottish highlands.

Where we are based. And with quiter roads and cheaper accomadation and importantly sharper and Crystal visability. 

A more attractive and exciting and far  more accessible dive location than many others on offer .

With Inverness airport , only 1 and half hours drive away. And I have vehicle for collection of passengers and equipment . And also bottles and air supplied.

Ellon sub Aqua club getting ready to get started at Aultbea pier in loch Ewe, last week

Many thanks to Dive manager , Vicky Stuart and her team of  Chris,Sarah,Murdo, and Gary,Callum and Dave and Grigory joined me last weekend for dives throughout loch Ewe. The first dive on the first day was on resolution rock, then the next dive was on the North face of Isle Ewe. The following day we did the first dive on the Green bouy or can as we call it. and the last dive was on the NATO pier which is near Aultbea. The team got some first class photographs.  well done : )

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