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Country: United Kingdom Area: United Kingdom
Water Temp: 8 - 18°C (46 - 64°F)
Visibility: 3 - 20m (10 - 66 ft)
Depth Range: 10 - 60m (33 - 197 ft)Book A Diving Trip Online
Cornwall is the most popular county in England for recreational diving with 200 kilometres of coastline, deep clear blue water, some 35,000 ship wrecks and several offshore reefs and rock formations.Book A Dive Center Online
No matter the weather conditions, it’s possible to find sheltered diving conditions around Cornwall’s vast shoreline; however, the south coast offers more launch sites, pocket beaches and less severe cliffs. Be aware that the waters are always cold making dry-suits a much needed accessory. Cornwall forms the westernmost part of the south-west peninsula of the island of Great Britain. It is the traditional homeland of the Cornish people and is recognised as one of the Celtic nations, retaining a distinct cultural identity that reflects its history.
Cornwall boasts many extensive stretches of fine golden sand which form the beaches that are so important to its tourist industry. Cornwall's unique culture, spectacular landscape and mild climate make it a popular tourist destination, despite being somewhat distant from the United Kingdom's main centres of population.
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