Diving trips run from Dunbar, North Berwick, St Abbs and Eyemouth, giving divers of all abilities and experience a fantastics range of dives to choose from.

The Marine Reserve around St Abbs Head, a voluntary arrangement supported by the local communities is a perfect location to experience a host of sealife, including the unusual Wolf Fish.

As well as the dive boats, divers will also have many shore dives on offer to them. Cathedral Rock just out from St Abbs harbour can be reached from the shore and Dunbar has some excellent diving just off the rocks behind the north wall of the harbour such as Johnson’s Hole.

For the more experienced diver, there are many wrecks offshore at varying depths, including U235, a WW1 mine laying submarine lying in 40 metres 2 miles off Dunbar.