Alternative Names: Hook Head Lighthouse, Tower Hole.
Type of Dive: Stunning shore dive with Caves, Tunnels, Gullys and wrecks.
Suggested Experience: Experienced club diver.
Travel directions: Coming south on the M50 from Dublin Take N11, M11 and N11 to N25 turn right onto R733 to R737 and continue south to Hook head.
Parking directions: Plenty of parking at the lighthouse at the end of the road.
Lat & Long: 52.122705, -6.930231 Google
Tides: My Weather Hook head is subject to strong tidal currents and should only be dived at slack water.
Site entry/exit: Get kitted up and walk down to the water and sit on the ledges to put on your fins.
Underwater directions: Don't head out past the point keep the rock face to your left and you will come across a small cave then head further along the rock face until it opens into a channel on the left, head along for 30m then turn right to follow a rock wall which is now to your right head out along this wall exploring until you have to come back following the same route.
Site Hazards: Conditions have to be good to dive here.
Nearest Public phone:
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Accommodation: Hook hostel +353 87 785 8662
Other comments: Some of the Royal Arthur’s cargo of walrus tusks and hides have been found in this area.
Cafe: In the lighthouse.
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