in the south east of England is a landlocked county. Surrey diving
centers and clubs are very dynamic. There is a good selection
of well equipped diving facilities delivering education at all
levels with certification from renowned agencies on completion
of the courses.
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.
The Surrey dive schools offer courses from beginner
to advanced level with pool training. On completion of the dive
training trips to some inland dive sites are organised to give
the new divers hands on experience in open water. Trips around
the UK coastline are organised during the warm summer months.
Some of the popular diving areas for week end outings are on the
Dorset has the advantage of enjoying mild winters
and warm summers. Portland, Lyme Bay and Swanage are much visited
dive venues. Devon is also a regular choice. It's not so far away
and can be done as a week end outing.
Devon has shore dives suitable for novices and
nice drift dives for the more advanced. Wreck lovers
will be thrilled by the numerous wrecks including the famous
HMS Empress of India.
In Britain some of the most favoured locations
are Cornwall, Ireland and Scapa Flow in Orkney.
Surrey dive clubs are good meetings places for
the diving community to get together and exchange views and experiences.
Outings are also organised by clubs and many options are proposed
to the members to choose from. The outings are not only conducted
in the UK. The Red Sea has become a popular holiday
destination for diving. Further away places like Thailand,
the Caribbeans and the Caymans are well liked.
The dive stores carry full diving equipment from
different brand names as well as most spare parts. Some stores
carry out repair and cylinder testing.