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Treaddur bay

Alternative Names: Ravenspoint gully

Type of Dive: Shore dive (high tide required)

Suggested experience:  Novis

Travel directions: A55 over the Meni bridge onto Anglesey, At junction 2, take the A5153 exit to Penrhos/A5  Turn left at A5153  at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Kingsland Rd/B4545 Continue to follow B4545 and turn left into Ravenspoint rd. the bay is opposite Diving services and Google

Parking directions: Diving services dive centre car park £5 or park just around the bend up the hill about 200-300 yards free.

Distance from Birmingham: 180 miles 3hrs 30min 

Lat & Long: N53.272464,W-4.622884  Postcode LL65 2AQ  Google

Tides:  Tide tables

Depth: 15m

Site entry/exit:  There is beach access in front of the dive centre down the steps shown below, and an easy walk into the sea.

Treaddur bay entry/exit

Underwater directions: Take a compass bearing to the HUGE house opposite and that takes you to/from a very nice reef about 80m out - about 15M at high tides and plenty of life.

Air & Nitrox fills: Diving services  Anglesey divers Vivian

Site Hazards: Speedboats and jet skis. An SMB is recommended for diving here

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Accommodation:  Kingsbridge Camping Site Bunkhouse Camping

Other comments: Best done after a long spell of low winds as is exposed to the prevailing wind. In June you get plankton blooms like most dives around here. There are lots of gully's and cracks to explore and as it's not deep so you get good bottom times.

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Date: 28/11/10

Revision: 2

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Created by: Martin Vincent

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Underwater Photos: By Martin Vincent  Utube

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