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West Yorkshire Diving

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West Yorkshire dive guide

West Yorkshire is and inland English county. West Yorskshires diving activities, due to it's location, are mainly concentrated on dive training and clubs. There is a wide choice of diving centers in the region that offer various levels of training possibilities.

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 West Yorkshire region has several diving centers which offer a comprehensive range of courses. Courses offered start at beginner level all the way to advanced courses including technical training. Certification is available from renowned certification agencies on successsful completion of a course. Refresher courses for those coming back to diving are also offered.

The West Yorkshire dive shops are fully stocked with scuba diving equipment from different brand names. Spare parts can also be purchased in the shops and some offer equipment repair and servicing.

The diving clubs are an important part of West Yorkshire's diving. The club members meet on a regular basis and the meetings are meant for divers to socialise. It's also the place where outings are discussed and planned. Occasionally non diving charity events are scheduled.
Dive outings to other parts of the UK are organised so that the divers who have trained can put their skills into practice and the more experienced divers can explore the many exciting opportunities offered on the UK's coast.

is a popular dive outing spot because it has a lot of diversity with dive sites to suit all levels of expertise
Cornwall is another really popular place especially in summer when encounters with basking sharks, whales, orcas and dolphins are an attraction.

West Yorkshire is ideally placed next to Lancashire which has two nice inland dive sites.
The Jackdaw Quarry or Capernwray is an ancient lime quarry that can be used for open water training. It's not a deep site, the facilities are good and there's even the possibility of diving on the HMS Podsnap wreck.

The Eccleston Delph Quarry is also used as a training site. The deepest point is 22 metres (72 feet) but the visibility isn't so good and you will need a torch. There are some sunken objects to explore here and to facilitate navigation and reinforce safety ther are lines to the objects.

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