Diving at Stoney Cove
What can we expect to see there?
There’s lot’s to see at Stoney Cove. Big perch, pike, schools of Rudd, freshwater crayfish, zebra mussels.
There’s a variety of depths from 4 metres to 36 metres to suit every type of diver.
There are submerged trees, the hydro-box, viscount aircraft cockpit, nautilus submarine, Wessex helicopter, a sunken galleon, Stangegarth tug boat, archways underneath the cafe and many other great points of interest. We mainly use Stoney Cove for our deep and wreck dives for the Advanced Open Water Course and related specialities when we are unable to complete them in the Sea.
Stoney’s facilities include:
Nemo’s where you can eat and have an alcoholic drink (after the diving of course) and a snack bar offering Burgers, tea, coffee etc. through the day. Good toilet’s and changing rooms (ladies & gents) with hot showers.
Diving at Stoney Cove costs £15 for a day’s diving if registered with them, unregistered is £20 for a day’s diving.
On weekdays, you can dive between 8:30 and 16:00. At weekends, diving is between 7:00
and 16:00 (BST), and 7:00 and 15:00 (GMT).
You can also dive on the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month between 18:00 and 21:00.
Please note that this is charged as a separate diving session. All well worth a visit.
Please note that Stoney does not allow anyone under 12 years of age to dive.
Route to Stoney Cove from Dive Machine below: