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Glamorgan dive guide

Glamorgan in South Wales has many diving centers that deliver diving education at all levels as well as dive travel. Glamorgan diving centers are equipped to give advanced levels of training including courses for instructors and technical diving.

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.
Glamorgan's diving schools make regular outings to other parts of Wales. Pembrokeshire in West Wales has a nice coastline and great cliffs. The marine life is abundant and varied and there are numerous wrecks. This gives a diversity that can cater for all levels of divers and tastes.

Skomer Island is well known for the encounters with dolphins and grey seals. The reefs and pinnacles are colourful and you can see gold and scarlet star coral and devonshire cup corals which are indeed very rare.

In Chepstow the Landrover Lagoon is an excellent dive site. It is well built to accomodate novices, intermediate amd advanced divers. There are training platforms at 6, 7 and 8 metres (20, 23 and 26 feet), ideal for novices. The depths of the lagoon goes from 6 metres to 75 metres (20-246 feet). There are several very interesting attractions that have been sunk which include a troop carrier, a Wessex helicopter Mk3, a motor bike, a Devon aircraft and a North Sea diving bell just to name a few. This is definitely an interesting dive for divers of all levels of expertise.

There's a wreck in Swansea, Gower Peninsula called the Oxwich. This vessel went down during World War 2 after hitting a mine. The wreck is very broken up but you can still recognise the structure. This is a deep wreck and is best dived at high water. However it's strongly recommended for very experienced and advanced divers only. There's plenty of marine life living around this wreck and you can see lots of conger so do not forget your camera! There's a car park and the launching is done from Oxwich beach, quite close to the wreck. If you get hungry, theres a kiosk that sells hot meals.

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