The diving in Norway is renowned for great visibility, awesome wrecks in pristine condition and minimal currents.  The  Gulf Stream brings warmer water into the fjords where the high mountains and tight squeezes make for a dramatic vista above and below water. Dry suit diving at its best, Norway hosts intact WW2 wrecks in clear water on precipitous slopes.

Norway is renowned for great visibility, awesome wrecks in pristine condition and minimal currents

Diving Norway is..

A short, hour long flight from the UK takes you to the Vågen at the heart of Bergen. Traveling north the role call of wreck names includes the Ferndale, Parat, Spring, Aquila, Helga Ferdinand, Welheim, Oldenburg, Optima, Glen Tanar, Borghild, Iris, Tyrifjord, Konsul Carl Fisser, Frankenwald and the Svanholm. The half way point is Florø before diving along the long road home through the stunning fjords.

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Parat: 61.155132, 5.018477
Ferndale: 61.155380, 5.018156
Spring: 60.435368, 5.052338
Frankenwald: 61.039190, 4.732103
Svanholm: 61.540007, 4.956551
Welheim: 61.487663, 4.968481
Aquila: 61.731116, 5.197906
Helga Ferdinand: 61.730711, 5.199623
Borghild: 63.072905, 7.471046
Oldenburg: 61.207864, 5.817518
Glen Tanar: 60.082959, 5.929184
Iris: 62.465328, 6.124277
Konsul Carl Fisser: 62.478903, 6.148911
Alesund harbour: 62.473578, 6.152472
Rimage: 62.475758, 6.150284
Barcelona: 62.478011, 6.151829
Radbod: 62.202029, 6.027374
Lophelia: 63.591951, 10.548248
Askvol: 61.346815, 5.051908
Lammentun: 61.271528, 4.944663
Hardbakke: 61.073292, 4.836817
Fedje: 60.782481, 4.711096
Vadheim: 61.207393, 5.825458
Tyrifjord: 61.342844, 5.081048
Havda: 61.250777, 4.948483
Bergen: 60.399432, 5.313091
Floro: 61.601081, 5.035172
Alden: 61.313981, 4.781456

 

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