Alternative Names: The Trinkie is actually the outdoor swimming pool nearby

Type of Dive: This is a very scenic dive with walls, gullies and caves.

Suggested experience: Experienced to 25m in open water.

Travel directions: Leave Inverness on the A9 heading north over the Kessock bridge and stay on the A9 till you enter wick, then take the fourth street on the right  Northcote St, at the end of the street turn left into Macrae st and turn 1st right into Kinnard st and head straight on to the end of the road by the sea.Google

Parking directions: Park at the end of the road.

Distance from Inverness: 104 Miles 2 Hrs 25 mins

Lat & Long: N58.426574,W-3.072386

Tides: Tide tables

Depth: 25m

Site entry/exit: Walk down the rocks just before the end of the road. Google

Underwater directions: To Follow

Site Hazards: Swell,

Nearest Public phone: Wick

Accommodation: Bank Guesthouse

Mobile Network service: To Follow

Other comments: Visit a distillery

Pub: The Crown bar

Created By: Martin Gill.

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Air & Nitrox fills: Caithness diving club Make a donation to the upkeep of the compressor, They have nitrox as well Divenotheast  

Date: 4/1/11

Revision:  1

Thanks To: Caithness diving club

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Surface Photos: To follow

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