Alternative Names: None
Type of Dive: Bognor rock is a shallow dive on rocks with seaweed on them set on a sandy seabed, You will know if you get to the correct location since, at Bognor rocks, there is a long line of beach huts running beside the beach and the parking area.
Suggested Experience: In the right conditions this dive site is often used for training because it's very easy to dive.
Travel directions: Head to the seafront at the western end of Bognor Regis
Parking directions: There is plenty of places to park along the front (Pay and display) park as close to the cafe as possible.
Lat & Long: 50.778753, -0.690822 Postcode P021 2FZ Google map
Tides: Tide tables Its best dived at high slack tide which is 3 hours before and 4 hours after high water.
Site entry/exit: Its a very easy walk from the car to the beach at the Aldwick Beach cafe down the side of the groin and straight out 100m from the shore.
Underwater directions: After finning out head south-east and you will find the Bognor rocks they usually have a coating of seaweed and plenty of fish swimming about including wrasse, dogfish and cuttlefish with crabs and lobster under and around the rocks.
Air & Nitrox: Mulbery divers
Site Hazards: There can be a swell here
Nearest Public phone: Aldwick Beach Cafe
Mobile Network service: Contact me
Accommodation: In Bognor regis
Other comments: West park public toilets are 250m north-west of here. Rocks pepper the beach and are visible at low tide. These rocks are full of fossils and under the right conditions, the sea sweeps away the sand to reveal the fossil-filled clay underneath.
Cafe: Aldwick Beach Cafe
Created by: Finstrokes
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