Underwater Penrhyn Mawr and Rhoscolyn Head

Anglesey_2008_022 Image Provided by SBS RIB Charter

Anglesey is also a very good location for scuba diving.  Not surprisingly, there is a vast number of wrecks to explore, especially at popular sea kayaking venues.  The Penrhyn Mawr area has claimed a number of wrecks including: the 450 ton World War 2 steamer “Kyle Firth” en route from Trefor, Llŷn Peninsula to Liverpool (carrying a cargo of stone chippings) and the “Editor”, a steel-steam ship wrecked on the Penrhyn Mawr “Fangs”.  Our first dive was on the “Kyle Firth”.


Aubrey Diggle’s new interceptor rib.



Spider crab near Penrhyn Mawr.





All other Images provided by Dennis Adams.

For more information on Anglesey Diving contact our friends at Anglesey Divers and/or Aubrey Diggle for RIB charter.  Anglesey Divers specialise in teaching all levels of the PADI diving scheme to in addition to providing general support/guiding for more experienced divers.

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