- Mountamopus Reef
Reef dive from surface to 20m located off Prussia Cove.
- Alice Marie
At a depth of 25m and close in the bay this is a popular wreck and a great dive.
- Low Lee Ledges and The Primrose
There is a nice nature trail on this site and the wreck of the Primrose still gives pleasure even though it has broken up a lot. Look around for the two cannons.
Just past Mousehole. Trawler of 1100 Tons, Depth 20m, Sunk 1977
A favourite dive. This wreck lies in 35m – 37m and is good all year round. Look for the Fan Coral.
- Mulberry Dock
Dive leader or Advanced diver – Trimix qualification recommended
This site is situated 1 mile SE of Mousehole and the top of the wreck is at a depth of 35m and the bottom 55m. Great way to start getting your deeper dives sorted. Fantastic sea life on a square concrete slab.
- The J R Park
45m at the top and 55m the bottom. Good Trimix dive site. Liberty Ship.
A great wreck which is split into two. 35m at the bottom and well worth a visit.
- The Bucks
Ocean diver to Advanced Diver
Inner and Outer Bucks. Great reef dive.
Depth from 8 m to 40 m plus on the outer rock.
- The Runnel Stone
Sports diver to Advanced Diver
Several wrecks including the very large City of Westminster.
- Joshua Nicolson
Sport Diver +
20m max wreck near the Runnelstone.
Depth max 20 m.
- Logan’s Gully
Sports Diver to Dive Leader
Logan’s Gully lies off the SW tip of Logan Rock and is a very easy dive.
Depth from 10 m to 15m.
- Great Row
Ocean Diver To Sports Diver
Reef off Praa Sands.
Depth from 5m to 25m.
- The Underwood
Deep Wreck Dive.
Depth from 50m+.
- The Mystique
Small wreck dive
Max depth 40m.
- The Gin Bottle Wreck
Possible Dutch East Indies ship?
Anchors, barrels of china clay and stone gin bottles
Deep Wreck Dive.
Depth around 55m+.
- HMS Warspite
Ocean Diver upwards, shallow
Dispersed wreckage in Prussia cove
First warship to open fire on D-Day