Dive Sites - Inishowen & Malin Head

MV WILLIAM MANELL - First World War converted minesweeper sunk when she hit a mine. Lying in 30 metres of water in Culdaff Bay, Co. Donegal.

SS CASTLE EDEN - First World War freighter torpedoed. Lying in 32 metres of water in Culdaff Bay. Broken up but contains lots of marine life.

RMS LAURENTIC - 15,000 ton White Star liner mined during the First World War carrying a cargo of gold to Canada; all but 2% was recovered. Lying in 40 metres of water 2 miles north of Lough Swilly.

JUSTICIA - White Star Liner torpedoed 1918, lying in about 65 metres of water, 32,000tons shipwreck!

EMPIRE HERITAGE - Steam tanker torpedoed 1944 lying in about 65 metres of water, 16,000 tons shipwreck! Cargo of Sherman tanks, massive boilers, world class dive.

CUMBERLAND - Steamer torpedoed 1940, 11000 tons , carrying general cargo which include loads of Royal Doulton plates, Depth: 50 metres.

AUDACIOUS - WW1 Battlecruiser sunk by mine 1914, 32000 tons!!!!. Depth about 65 metres, massive wreck , covered in fish life.

DUNAFF HEAD, LOUGH SWILLY - A series of gullies running north/south between Dunaff Island, narrowing in the centre to an inverted keyhole swim through. General depth: 15 - 25 metres.

DEVILS CUT, MALIN HEAD - Also known as Devil's Hole. Huge caverns link the gully to the open Atlantic Ocean. Amazing rock formation and everyone needs to dive this one.

INISTRAHULL ISLAND - Various wreck and reef dives around this island, strong tides and exposed seas requires experienced and well equipped divers.