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Underwater Photo Location: Chesil Beach

Underwater Photo Location: Chesil Beach

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A bit of a scramble over large shingle wherever you get in. Most divers prefer the shelter at the Portland end. The beach slope quickly (making it tricky to get back onto when you're tired at the end of a dive and the swell pulls you back. It's a bit indignified crawling out on your kneees but at least you know that everyone who has tried managed it!
The marine life ranges from dogfish (yes, they're sharks) to dustbin sized Rhizostoma Pulmo Jellyfish.
There are wrecks too. Park in the Portland rd big car park.
Excellent range of British marine life, wreck, what more do you want!
Facts about Chesil Beach
  • It is in United Kingdom
  • Chesil Beach is in the Atlantic.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types
shorewrecknightdriftdrysuit

Marine Life
bigsmallsharks

Diving facilities
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Photo facilities
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