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”.

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Aubrey Diggle’s new interceptor rib.

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Spider crab near Penrhyn Mawr.

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Lobster.

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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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