As the Uk is now on lockdown, at present , we cannot take any new accommodation bookings. If you wish to discuss any current bookings with us please send us a mail on email@example.com.
Lochaline Dive Centre will not be offering Basking Shark Trips in 2020.
There will be no-one in the office until Wednesday 22nd August 2018. We will reply to any enquiries asap after that date.
If you need to get hold of us before then our mobile no. is 07407183670
There will be no staff in the office from 3rd to 13th February 2018.
All mails will be replied to asap after 13th.
If you need to contact us in an emergency , please phone the mobile (m) 07407183670
Calum & Faith
The dive centre, o2 café and bunkhouse will be open all year round. Why not come up and have a few dives , good food and a chill out.
Lochaline dive centre will continue to have oxygen on site but will not stock helium.
As you probably know The Sound of Mull is famous for it’s wrecks like the Hispania, Shuna and Thesis. My professional interest in the Sound of Mull started when I was studying to become an underwater archaeologist at the University of St Andrews and ended up working on the 17th Century shipwreck at Duart Point. Just before Christmas some like minded underwater archaeologists from MSDS Marine came to the Sound of Mull to investigate some of our lesser known sites. Any budding archaeologists out there? Try and identify the images below……
MSDS Marine were with us last week carrying out condition surveys on the historic/designated sites in the Sound, including the Pelican, the John Preston, Duart Point, and the Mingary Gun Site.
The team stayed with us at the dive centre, and were out everyday on our dive vessel Sound Diver. surveying the sites for Historic Scotland.
We’ve seen some great images of the cannons at Mingary, and some amazing 3D fly-throughs. Stay tuned for some images from the week long survey!