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Pristine waters, abundant sea life, whales, seals, dolphins, the largest diveable ship wreck in the world. Anything here grab your attention?

Baltimore Diving

Located on the West Cork coast of Ireland, Baltimore is the perfect choice for a scuba diving adventure. Whether you are an experienced diver or someone new to the sport, Diving in Baltimore has got everything you need. Wrecks, wild life, drift dive, gullies, caves and more.

Divecology, Schull

Whether you are a seasoned diver or a beginner, the mission of Divecology is to link diving with education and conservation. Relaxed diving in the unspoiled and unexplored southwest  of Ireland and diving on un-crowded sites.

The Largest dive-able wreck in the World.

Dive the Kowloon Bridge. The biggest dive-able wreck in the world. The Kowloon Bridge is the largest wreck by tonnage in the world at 169,000 tonnes. It is 300 metres long (900 feet) in a depth of 6 – 36 metres (20 – 118 feet). This is one hell of a dive.



Oceanaddicts operate out of Kinsale taking divers diving to the Cork Harbour wrecks and the wonderful scenic dive sites at the Old Head of Kinsale and at the Ling Rocks. They also run Ireland’s only Scuba Dive liveaboard taking divers diving all along the South and West Cork Coast.

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