Alternative Names: None
Type of Dive: Whale rock is a very shallow shore dive good for snorkelling as well.
Suggested experience: Novice upwards
Travel directions: From Glasgow / Edinburgh: Approx 3 hours drive. Follow local directions below to Crianlarich. From Edinburgh head North (M9/A84/A85) via Stirling and Callander to Crianlarich. From Glasgow head for Loch Lomond along A82 (turning right at Tarbet) to Crianlarich.From Crianlarich, follow A82 through Glencoe and Ballachulish following signs for Onich / Fort William onto the A830 then left at Lochailort onto the A861 south to Whale rock ( see google map below)
Lat & Long: 56.838322, -5.806551 Postcode PH38 4NG Google
Tides: Tide Tables Tides are not a problem but best dived at or near high tide.
Site entry/exit: Enter the water at the beach with whale rock on the left.
Underwater directions: Keep whale rock on your right shoulder and circumnavigate the rock. Look in all the cracks and gully's as you will have plenty time at this shallow depth.
Site Hazards: No major hazards
Nearest Public phone: Glenuig Inn
Mobile Network service: To Follow
Other comments: This is a shallow site and gives you a long bottom time which is great for training and U/W Photography.
Pub: Glenuig Inn
Cafe: None close to here.
Created By: Robfromfort
Link: None I have found?
Surface Photos: To Follow
Underwater Photos: Contact me
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