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This is your definitive guide to Diving in Northern Ireland! Take the plunge into a peaceful environment of spectacular landscapes, seaweed covered wrecks, amazing marine wildlife all in the clear, warm waters around our coast.

Diving in Northern Ireland allows you to explore the magnificent waters which boast spectacular landscapes that are teeming with marine life and dotted with amazing ship wrecks. The 400 wrecks include the HMS Drake, a torpedoed cruiser off Rathlin Island, the Alastor, a large motor yacht which sank in 1946 in Strangford Lough, the Sumatra, the largest sailing vessel wrecked on the Antrim Coast which rests of Islandmagee and even a World War II German submarine lying off the coast of Portstewart.

Diving in Northern Ireland will allow wildlife lovers to find luxurious growths of dead men's fingers and big sponges. Seals are a common sight as well as conger eels, dog fish, cuttlefish, lobsters, gunnels and gobies. Diving gives a feeling of weightlessness and freedom and the chance to explore this unique habitat first hand. All you need to do is take the plunge!

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