West Wales Dive Company
Email: info@westwalesdivers.co.uk Tel: (01646) 278 260 Mob: (07813) 174 707


West Wales Dive Company is an award winning 5 star facility offering recreational snorkelling and scuba diving courses, dive excursions and sea-life boat trips for individuals, families, dive clubs and large groups. We provide experience programs (try-dives) for complete novices, all the way through to Instructor level courses for those seeking a career in the Dive Industry.

We also provide a variety of dive excursions for all levels of certified divers including guided dives, shore dives, RIB charter and hardboat charter. With safety as paramount, we are dedicated in giving a friendly and personal service so that your Dive experience is a memorable one!!

Situated in the heart of ‘Pembrokeshire’, in Britain’s only coastal national park in the sea-side villages of Little Haven and Broadhaven, we are ideally placed for visiting divers wishing to dive to the North, South or West of the Dale penninsula. Regardless of the weather, there is always somewhere in lea of prevailing winds, and for visiting clubs, there are launch points on both sides of the penninsula too.

Pembrokeshire is a prime British Dive destination and boasts its very own ‘Skomer Marine Nature Reserve’, one of only a handful of underwater reserves in the UK. Explore the kelp forests to discover an abundance of marine organisms and habitats, from the smallest nudi-branch to the most playful grey seal. Shore or boat dive in the reserve, deep or shallow, wreck or reef, and watch out for the trigger fish that the gulf stream brings into our shores during the summer.

For the more adventurous diver there are over 500 sunken wrecks in the immediate area, many already documented, but some still to be explored. Try a dive within the haven on the ‘Behar’ or ‘Dakotian’ both of which lie no deeper than 18metres.Or for the more experienced diver, the ‘Lucy’ sits at 40m, perfectly intact, whose superstructure comes up to 24m, and whose mast is totally covered by different species of anenomes.

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