Pembrokeshire, Wales - 10th to 13th July 2020 (4 days)
Just a couple of dive areas below we love which are amazing, there are many more, you can check them out here.
The Smalls Lighthouse
If weather good for 1 day we can head to The Smalls Lighthouse. The area is famous for its marine life, including its Seals. Here they are tame enough to come right up to you and tend to play with your fins. The visibility is always very good, with a varied marine life, probably the best in the area. This area is not very often dived, and a lot of it is still virgin country. There are many wrecks scattered around the cluster of islands, some waiting to be discovered. Visibility can be up to 25 metres. The Cambro wreck lies 150 meters due east of the Smalls lighthouse at a depth of 22m and is one of the many wrecks in this area.
A nature reserve, home to Kittiwakes, Fulmars, Manx Shearwaters (160,000 pairs), Razorbills, Guillemots, Puffins, Oystercatchers, Shag, Cormorant, Herring Gull, Lesser Black Backed Gulls, Grey Seals, Dolphins, Sun Fish and much more. There is so much life on and around the Island, that's not to be missed, a journey across this wonderland is a must.
There are many dive sites around Skomer itself, these are listed below. The most often dived is the North Wall, Rye Rocks and the Lucy, these are to be found on the north side of the Island.
Eva Ann Dive Boat