Scotland is an autonomy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain with a centuries-old history and powerful national traditions. Splendorous mountain landscapes with lakes and rivers, medieval castles and chapels create a special spirit and atmosphere. One of the most interesting and ancient cities of the country is Edinburgh, where one can taste various sorts of famous whisky. Scotland has a mild climate with warm winters. All the dives are performed in dry suits. Diving is possible in Scapa Flow that is located in the region of Orkney Islands. It is a popular place for wreck diving. There are remnants of more than 150 wrecks, although the most famous are the remnants of a “great seven” – 7 well preserved military ships of High Seas Fleet. Here are light cruisers, battleship and minelayers.

Location: United Kingdom, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, North Sea to the east and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the south-west

What to see: lots of wrecks (from battle ships to merchant trawlers) and some fascinating marine life

Depth: 15-42m/49-138ft

Currents: 1-2knots

Visibility: 10-30m/33-99ft

Season for diving: The period from March through September is the most suitable. The water temperature averages between 5-14C/41-57F.

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