Reef & Wreck Diving on the Jurassic Coast

There are many interesting wrecks and reefs within easy reach of our high-speed boat.

Popular and well known wrecks that we regularly visit include the HMS M2, Salsette, HMS Empress of India, HMS Landrail, Moidart and the Baygitano. There are also many lesser known and interesting wrecks.

Within Lyme Bay there is the whole range from submarines and battleships to humble freighters, tugs and dredgers!

There are a number of interesting second dive sites in the bay including scallop grounds, reefs and ledges. Highlights include Sunset corals.

For nature lovers the area is particularly good because of the impact of the Lyme Bay Marine Reserve which is an area of 60 square miles closed to scallop dredging and bottom trawling since 2008.

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Exercise Tiger and the Battle of Lyme Bay

There has been some national news coverage relating to this incident on the BBC. The two sunken LST's are diveable though should be treated with... read more

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Accommodation

This is a list of places that have been used and recommended by visitors in the past which we hope helps you.

The Nags Head
The Old Black Dog
The Smugglers
Cannington Farm

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Directions

For those with a sat nav the best postcode to put in is: DT7 3JJ

Head for Lyme Regis and then follow signs to “the Cobb” or the “Harbour”. These will bring you down a steep hill with a roundabout at the bottom and the harbour straight ahead.

Places To Eat

The Millside Restaurant
The Royal Standard
Lal Qilla - Indian

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Lyme Regis Map