Isle of Man

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Scuba DivingDiving around the Isle of Man is ideal for families, with most locations easily accessible and the surrounding countryside just a few moments away. The Island offers some truly spectacular diving around its comparatively unspoilt coastline, especially in the Calf of Man area at the southern most tip where the marine life is exceptionally diverse.

There are a large number of wrecks around the coast of the Isle of Man, but many are protected by the wreck laws, and some are the property of local people or sub-aqua clubs and should not be dived without permission.

One such wreck is the HMS Racehorse, owned by The Isle of Man Sub-Aqua Club. Another, Our Lassie, is the property of a group of students at the Marine Station, Port Erin which regulates diving on the Don Bosco.


Site Info.As you browse through my site you’ll find links to Dive Operators,Dive Sites,and useful Diving, Fish Identification Books and Travel Books relevant to the Isle of Man.


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Getting ThereA combination of ferry, high-speed SeaCat or SuperSeaCat sailings run from Liverpool, Heysham, Belfast and Dublin all year round.You can also fly from most UK airports.


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