Kimmeridge Reef

ImageKimmeridge is a great dive site with a boat, or equally a lovely snorkel in the bay can be had on a  sunny day.

Heading out of the bay and turning right soon brings you to some amazing diving starting around 6m. Large flat slabs of rock with "cracks", some wide enough to descend into, are revealed. These are often described as the "Kimmeridge Seabed Caves" as some actually allow you to swim below the flat table slabs. These harbour plenty of sealife hiding in the cracks and hollows or small shoals or lobster in the 'caves'.

If you love wildlife, such as this yellow edged polycera ( seaslug - much prettier than the garden variety )  you'll love diving the seabed caves.

Aeolian Sky (‘The Sky’)

Alex Van Opstal (‘The Alex’)

Bennendijk, SS (‘The Benny’)

Betsy Anna (‘The Betsy’)

Black Hawk

Boxer, HMS

British Inventor

Ceres, SS

Countess of Erne, The

Eleanor / Elena R


Fleur de Lys (‘The Fleur’)

James Fennell, HMAT

Kimmeridge Reef

Luis, The

M2 (Submarine), HMS

Margaret Smith (‘The Maggie’)


Salsette, SS

Serrana, SS

Sidon, HMS

St. Dunstan

Sunderland Flying Boat – G-AGKY

Sunderland Flying Boat – ML883

Sunderland Flying Boat – PP118

The Clan Macvey

The Pin Wreck

U-1195, Submarine (U-Boat)

Unidentified Flying Boat

Valentine Tanks

War Knight, SS

Warwick Deeping, HMS