Alternative Names: None
Type of Dive: Shore Dive in a sheltered sandy bay with rocky outcrops and the remains of the SS Rosa a steam lighter which sank in 1930.
Suggested experience: Novice also a popular snorkelling site.
Travel directions: To get there, drive from Bridlington Head towards Flamborough on the B1255. Keep on this road through Flamborough village towards Thornwick Bay and North Landing
Parking directions: The car park is on the left opposite the North Star Hotel pay and display.
Distance from Leeds: 70 Miles 2 hrs Google
Lat & Long: 54° 7' 47.80'' N 0° 6' 20.13'' W Postcode YO15 1BL Google
Tides: Tide tables best dived at high or just before high water and North Landing is 30 minutes after Whitby
Site entry/exit: The walk from the car park is not far but the steep steps are a bit of a test on the way back to the car park. Enter the water at the right of the bay in front of the disused lifeboat station and exit in the same place.
Underwater directions: Keep to the right (facing the sea) and don't go past the head. A part of the SS Rosa's boiler can be seen at low water and other fragments of steel wreckage are visible on the rocks to the west side of North Landing
Air & Nitrox: Proscuba
Site Hazards: Currents at the head of the bay. Take care leaving the water if there is a swell, it's easy to get knocked over.
Nearest Public phone: In the Hotel.
Mobile Network service: (to follow)
Accommodation: North star hotel
Other comments: There is a hand-painted sign saying no diving but this was put up without permission and should be ignored. confirmed by Scarborough Borough Council. Best to dive if it hasn't rained for a few days beforehand or there have not been any heavy winds because the swell picks up. Also if you are night diving you can reverse your car down to the top of the slipway and drop your kit off, remember to park it back in the car park.
Pub: North star hotel
Cafe: North Landing Café
Created by: Finstrokes
Dive Map: Not required for here.