Seaford Shore Dive 17th May

I’m running a shore-diving day to Seaford beach on the above date. The dive is open to all divers, and should be a great day out. Seaford is just over an hours drive from Kingston , and we would aim to meet around 10am, so no terrible early starts! There is public parking very close to the beach, and toilets.

You can ‘sign up’ by emailing me!

Some information about the diving:

Seaford Beach makes a good shore dive off the beach at the Martello Tower on a reef. There are big rocks with lobsters and crabs. The beach is really diver friendly and it is possible to reach the Seaford ledges from there. The depths are between 6 and 10 metres (20-33 feet).
Seaford Ledges and Gulleys. It’s possible to dive the ledges at any tide and the gulleys are rich in marine life such as blennies, wrasse and ballan. The site is suitable for novices and is popular with the local fishermen because of the abundance of lobsters and crabs here. Some wreckage can be seen stuck at the bottom of the deep gullies, including cannons.

Thanks,

Leanne Collinson