Dive Site Details
The main area of interest is the boulder slope reef to be found a little way up the loch from around 10 to 35 metres depth, which provides shelter to numerous types of small marine life.
At around 20 metres, dividing the reef in two, there is a submerged telecommunications cable that has attracted other marine creatures, including sponges, sea squirts and peacock worms. This cable provides a convenient reference point during your dive, particularly if there is poor visibility. Similar cables (if not the same one) can be found at other shore-based sites in Loch Fyne.
Directly out from the shore and down the loch a little, on 300 to 310 degrees, at around 20 metres (depending upon the state of the tide), you may also encounter a sunken speedboat.
BBC – Inveraray area
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