Scotland is a diver's paradise, a Northern marine jewel rich in sea life, shipwrecks and astonishing underwater scenery. The coastline of Scotland offers divers some of the most scenic and exciting diving in the world. From the relatively shallow East coast with eroded gullies and archways covered in soft corals and colourful anemones to the spectacular stacks of St Kilda rising vertically from the clear oceanic waters of the Atlantic. Then there is Scapa Flow, with the wrecks of the Imperial German Fleet attracting divers from all over the world to dive them. Further North the Shetland Isles have more than their fair share of wrecks from the Dutch East India Company to Russian factory ships all in crystal clear water. And for the ultimate thrill you can’t beat being bowled along in a four knot tide race like Kylrea, or whisked through the Falls of Lora like a piece of washing in the spin cycle of a washing machine. Or hover weightless on a sheer cliff face with a forest of kelp above and a kaleidoscope of brightly coloured jewel anemones covering the rock in front of you. Yes, Scotland has all this and more, not to mention the sea life; wolfish, lobster, skate, wrasse in all colours. Too many species to describe and new ones still being discovered.
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