We operate from the new Portland Marina where there are excellent facilities including car park, trolleys, restaurant and showers. Air fills are available at Castletown which is about half a mile away. If you prefer we can arrange to pick you up from Castletown.
There are numerous dive sites in the area suitable for novices and experienced divers. It is always possible to find somewhere to dive even if sea conditions are rough. There are numerous wrecks in Weymouth Bay and sites where it is possible to find your supper if lucky.
We have considerable experience of diving in this area and have built up a reputation of 'doing things right' and are able to locate wrecks and get you onto them without difficulty.
Our dive boats are 'Blue Jacket', a Ribcraft 7.8m bespoke rib with commercial specification and 'K Sera Sera', a 8.4m Rodman Fast Fisher. We always carry oxygen (as well as flasks of coffee and sweeties!). 'Blue Jacket' can take up to 10 divers. 'K Sera Sera' can take 4 divers.
A little history of Portland Harbour - in 1794 the idea emerged that it would be a good to construct a harbour at Portland as a safe refuge for shipping. However, it wasn’t until 1844 that the idea became reality and the project got underway. In July 1849 Prince Albert dropped the foundation stone – within the stone is a bottle containing coins and this is covered with an inscribed plaque. You never know you may see it next time you’re diving off the Inner Breakwater arm. The breakwater is 30 metres high, 90 metres thick at the base and took 23 years to build. The harbour covers 6745 acres.