Dive Oban - Firth of Lorne and Sound of Mull
Scotland's most-dived wreck, reasonably intact, conveniently located near Oban and sheltered from most bad weather.
Brendan and Peregrine are well-equipped dive charter boats based in Lochaline on the SOund of Mull. They will pick up in Oban for a small supplement.
The Sound of Mull is a wonderful dive destination. Where else can you dive on half a dozen wrecks, even when the wind blows?
This company's two well-equipped liveaboard dive vessels can go anywhere from the Sound of Mull and the Garvellachs to St. Kilda.
An excellent report and overview of the area as a diving destination by Chris Ingham on the BSAC Travel Club site.
A short but ionformative introduction to the main dive sites and areas of interest in the Oban area coutesy of the GoodDive website.
At Dunstaffnage Marine Laboratory . . . lets hope you don't end up in here! From the Scottish Diving Medicine Website.
The Porpoise is a 35ft Offshore 105. Fast, spacious and seaworthy, built specifically for dive charters. Huge range of dive sites.
Dive training, 'try a dive', hard boat and rib diving - this centre at Gallanach, a mile out of Oban, offers a full range of diving services.
High performance vessel for day dive charter for up to 10 passengers to some of the West Coast of Scotland's best known and popular divesites.
Reasonably informative entry with clickable map and excellent guides to the Breda and the main wreck dives in the Sound of Mull.