Do the locomotion…

Thornback Ray
Thornback Ray (Raja Clavata) in Loch Leven

For those of us UK divers who are fortunate enough to live within reasonable travelling distance, the sea lochs of Scotland’s west coast are a great source of year-round diving in pretty much any weather.  The exposed North and East coasts can be completely inaccessible due to stormy weather and regardless of the wind direction there will be conditions suitable for diving in one of the sea lochs of the west coast.

Donning scuba gear and wandering in off the shore gives you access to some unique habitats with a fascinating variety of marine life.  As an added bonus you begin and end your dives surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in the UK and quite probably the world.  Not bad for the price of an air fill! Continue reading “Do the locomotion…”