Local Dive Sites

Let Us Spoil You with Our Open Diving Location Choices

Choice is always a good thing when it comes to diving, which is why we have several locations available. Whether you want to explore the Local beach dives off Newhaven Arm or Seaford Bay, you may want to experience wreck diving on one of the many wreck sites in the English channel, we will do our best to accommodate you.

Different diving locations present you with a variety of experiences. The location you can choose will depend on your skill level. Get in touch or come to see us so we can help you find a dive to suit you.
Newhaven board

Our Brighton Marina Training site is open 365 days a year.
This can be used for both confined training or open water diving.
This site is great in any weather conditions being sheltered by the marina walls meaning we can get your PADI Open Water course completed to suit you whatever the weather.
This area is for exclusive use by our club members and students only.
Beach

Newhaven West Beach

A great location for a beach dive with varied sealife from Mullet, Sea Bass, Pout whiting, Star fish, Lobsters, and more.
Dive site information:
Water Temp in the summer can reach 19 degrees and the best time to dive is 1hr before high water.
Dive RIB

Top Knots Dive RIB

We have the luxury of our own MCA coded dive RIB which can get you to some great dive sites off the Sussex Coast, ranging from Drift dives at Saltdean Ledges to Ship wrecks from all eras.

The boats are available for a Full Charter Group and individuals who wish to Join us.

For a full list of up and coming dives please visit our blog or Find us on Facebook.

Seaford beach

Seaford Beach

With so many interesting areas along the shingle beach at Seaford its hard to say which is the best area to dive, but our favourites are The Buckle, Martello Tower and Splash point. With so many ships being lost in this area there is always something interesting to see.
Dive site information:
Best time to Dive is 1 hour before high water.
FAQs

Braunton Wreck Site

This 4575- ton British merchantman was torpedoed by UB-29 on April 07th 1916, See dive sussex for more details dive no 273
Check out this site for more great dives at sussex wreck diving
Give us a call to find out more about our Brighton diving locations 01273 612 012
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