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Cornwall diving counts among the best in the UK. Cornwall boasts clear waters, an abundant marine life and numerous shipwrecks at depths ranging from 1-100 metres (3-328 feet).
In the months of May and June basking sharks are regularly seen as well as the orca whale and dolphins.

Always dive according to your level of training. Never enter the water without checking with the local dive center for safety, additional information, level required for each dive site and without being accompanied by a professional. All the information provided is purely informative for our readers and shouldn't be used as is to plan your immersion. Climate:

Average air temperature during the year varies from 3-19°C (37-66°F) Average Water surface temperature varies from 9 - 10°C (48 - 50°F) in February to 16 - 17°C (60 - 62°F) in August. Visibility sometimes going to 20 metres (65 feet)
Coldest time: January - March Warmest time: June-September Possible to dive all year round
Best time to dive: July - October In Cornwall, divers of all levels of expertise will find sites to suit their needs. The wrecks are numerous and some have not even been discovered yet.

The Falmouth area boasts some good shore dives and spectacular wrecks like The SS Mohegan and The Volnay. There's abundant marine life among which you will find whales, sharks and seals.

Land's End has lots of nice wrecks like The SS Malta and The Luna to explore, colourful coral and abundant marine life.

The Lizard Peninsula has nice reefs and impressive wrecks. Encounters with basking sharks are most probable between April and June. Porpoises and dolphins can also be seen here. Sometimes, large schools of sharks have been seen quite close to beaches.

St Ives and Hayle is littered with wrecks. The reefs make great diving opportunities and have a lot of marine life around them. Cornwall has a lot of diving centers which offer different diving opportunities and dive shops where you can purchase equipment from. Clubs and dive schools offer trips to other parts of the country and abroad. Not to forget the travel agents who have an array of dive trips available to choose from and who can also organise flight tickets.

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