Invincible at the Giants Legs
Shetland is an amazing place to dive and very different to Scapa both above and below water.
The ferry departs Aberdeen at 1700 hrs on a Saturday and arrives in Lerwick at 0730 hrs on Sunday morning.
Our Shetland weeks cater for groups and individuals of up to twelve divers.
The charter includes 6 days diving, with 6 nights onboard accommodation, 2 dives per day, all your air fills, breakfast and lunch.
For evening meals your welcome to use the onboard facilities to self-cater or you may prefer to eat out in the various restaurants.
The diving comprises of a wonderful combination of wreck, with scenic wall and cave dives, and a bit of hunter gatherer thrown in for
In fact all the wrecks to the south of Lerwick lie within easy reach of each other, and the waters are almost none tidal so we can
dive at virtually any time of the day.
This makes for a perfect opportunity to accommodate mixed groups of both recreational and technical divers within a single day.
For example, it's not a problem for us to start the day off with a dive on the Glwadmena, a 221 foot steamer which lies in
39 meters, followed then by a dive on the Leonatus a steamship laying in 60 meters of very clear waters.
These two wrecks are only 20 minuets apart, giving us plenty of time for everyone to enjoy a shallow wreck or scenic dive in the
afternoon, such as the Giants Legs which is a cave dive off the Island of Bressay and penetrates to 120 meters into the cliff face.
There are other various wall, scenic and wrecks dives such as Noss Head which boasts the largest colony of Ganetts in the UK.
But if the Gods are with us and we can travel north, then we have The Jane a 198 foot steamship laying in 20mts, very scenic and
point of the British Isles.