Lundy Experienced Diver Dive Trips – Full Covid Money Back Guarantee.
We are running Lundy trips geared towards more experienced divers.
To book these guided trips you need to be PADI Advanced Open Water or equivalent and able to evidence a minimum of 20 cold water dives.
Exceptions can be made according to experience/qualification level. Each trip offers the chance to dive one of the famous Seal encounter dive sites with a second dive at the picturesque pinnacle of Knoll Pins or The Robert, one of Lundy’s top Wreck dives. Full or partial equipment hire is available.
B n B accommodation also available, with full English breakfast and facilities for divers.
2 Day / 4 Dive Package.
We schedule these trips to make a 2 day/4 dive package and we will aim to dive both Knoll Pins and The Robert over the 2 days depending on conditions. You get a day off in between to enjoy other North Devon attractions, such as walking on the South West Coast Path or in the nearby Exmoor National Park.
It’s also extremely easy to lose a day surfing/kayaking/Coasteering/paddle-boarding or just chilling at one of the award-winning beaches on North Devon’s Gold Coast peninsula.
Knoll Pins -
The dive starts on the southern side of the outer pin and there is a drop-off here down to about 15m. All the best life is above 17m, so we rarely go any deeper.Knoll Pins is a spectacularly pretty dive, with walls covered in jewel anemones and cup corals along with dead men's fingers, red sea fingers, pink sea fans and sponges.
There are also spider and edible crabs, common and squat lobsters. Fish such as pollack and wrasse can been seen cruising around the pinnacle, whilst shoals of sand eels dart over the adjacent sandy slope.
The Robert -
The MV Robert was a small, single crew coaster which capsized and sank off the eastern side of Lundy in 1975.
Now it’s home to Conger Eels, which are often seen emerging from the pipework, Nudibranchs (sea slugs) and plumose anemones. The Wreck is also a popular with passing shoals and the occasional John Dory.
This is Lundy's only intact wreck and the 50m long vessel rests on a muddy sand seabed on her starboard side. The port side of the ship is in around 18m of water and the starboard side reclines on the seabed at about 25m.