Scuba Diving conditions report for Cardiff, Swansea, South Wales – The weathers certainly not great for diving in South Wales at the moment. The wind is high Westerlies and South Westerlies which will affect all the beaches along the Southern region. The swell has also been big over the past few days so to sum up the diving on the South Coast of Wales is not viable. The option as always is to head inland to chepstow, frome or even up to North Wales at Vivien and Dorothea inland diving sites. These sites will definitely have better water quality and visabilaty.
Scuba Diving training in Cardiff, Swansea and South Wales – Next week we are taking our newly qualified PADI Open Water Referral Scuba divers to complete there four open water qualifying dives. They will be diving on the Saturday and the Sunday in order to obtain there full Open Water Diver qualification, we will also have our next group attending on 23/24th April to complete the same course.
Caution – Water temperatures are still cold 9 – 10 degrees generally both sea and fresh water, all precautions must be taken to ensure the right thermal protection including gloves, hoods, boots, 10mm semi dry suit, under layers, base layers etc.
Want to learn to Scuba Dive? Ocean Quest are a PADI® International award winning dive centre, running courses across South Wales, including Cardiff, Swansea, Bridgend and Porthcawl.
Ocean Quest is South Wales Premier PADI Dive Centre, established in 1998 across Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Bridgend and South Wales. Ocean Quest is the longest running Scuba Diving Training facility in South Wales.
Ocean Quest has won numerous awards within the Scuba Diving and Watersports Industry including the prestigious PADI International Key Man Centre of the year award, the most prestigious acknowledgement awarded by PADI International
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