There is enough diving here to suit everyone whether pleasant scenic dives, wrecks both shallow and deep, hairy drift dives with tidal flows exceeding 15 knots and deep drop offs. The marine life although small in size is abundant with walls covered in anemones, sea squirts and sponges, lobsters and conger eels lingering in crevices and the occasional visit from common seals.

Dunollie castle.

There is some good shore diving close to Oban itself with the drift round Dunollie Castle being very popular Under the castle on a bend in the road is a small concrete ramp into the sea, a wall can be dived to the north to a depth of around 12 metres. There is no parking on the bend so kit needs to dropped off and transport moved around the headland.

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