Alternative Names: Eilean nan Gall
Type of Dive: Easy shore dive in a sheltered bay
Suggested experience: Novice with good buoyancy control upwards.
Distance from Fort William: 60 Miles 1.5 Hrs Google
Parking directions: Park just off the old road on grass as close to the bay as required.
Lat & Long: N57.224174 W-5.41641
Tides: Tide tables
Site entry/exit: Short walk to water's edge over weedy rocks (slippy)
Underwater directions: The dive goes out into the shallow bay over flat weedy cobbles, then sand to 5m where a short slope takes you onto flat sand and mud. Then gently out to 20m + Fireworks appears at 20m+ Sea pens at 15m. A very good site for sea cucumbers. From the point of the little Island a small reef can be found with encrusting life, sea squirts and sea loch anemones but this changes to sand quickly
Site Hazards: Silty on the bottom so good buoyancy is required.
Nearest Public phone: Jacobite restaurant or Kintail lodge/Hotel
Mobile Network service: Contact me
Pub: Kintail lodge/Hotel
Created By: Chris Hine
Cafe: Jacobite restaurant
Air & Nitrox: Dave Black of 5 Bells Diving in Lochcarron. 07812 605 771 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook
Thanks To: Dive tramp who showed me this site.
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Underwater Photos: By Chris Hine
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