Scotland & Norway Liveaboard Dive Charter
The Clasina is back to work in Scapa having completed a successful Shetland summer run. There are spaces between now and the end of the season so have a look at the Booking page for available dates.
Our friends at Orkney.com have some sage words and a superb video to welcome you..
There is also an Orkney visitors’ FAQ to help with any doubts and information to guide you through the pitfalls.
The latest guidance from the local hyperbaric chamber is here:
13/09/20 Next year’s diary is on pause just at the moment. With the outlook changing weekly, the decision was made to wait until the end of this season before making firm plans. As things become clearer, the diary will be posted again. If you want to come diving, send me an email. As soon as the view clears, I do my best to get you in the water.
With a well-equipped dive deck, diver’s lift and onboard compressor, the Clasina has everything you need for an unforgettable time above and below the surface.
Built for comfort whatever the weather, the Clasina’s main accommodation above deck comprises of the wheelhouse and a combined galley/saloon with seating for all the group around a central table.
Below decks are the cabins – six in total, two bunks each, with a shower and WC at the end of the corridor. In short, the Clasina is your dive boat home-from-home.