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Advice on Diving in Ireland

...me temperatures in winter. It rains almost every day in Ireland, but showers can last just minutes. Make sure you bring plenty of layers and some decent rainwear. Water temperatures go from 5-6C January to March, to a balmy 15-16C July to September. Most occasional divers are happy with a semi-dry complete with a hood, boots and decent gloves, but for longer, more frequent, or of course deeper dive outings, you might be happier with a dry suit. The best time to travel to Ireland for diving is May to October, when daylight is plentiful and the weather is likely to be at its most clement. Jus...

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Name Distance

Aquaventures Dive Centre

Ireland

3.68 km

OceanAddicts (M/V Embarr)

Ireland

63.02 km

Waterworld

Ireland

106.22 km

Dingle Marina Dive Center

Ireland

99.54 km

Dive Centre Kilkee

Ireland

137.51 km

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Name Distance

BYT | Bantry

Ireland, Bantry

26.31 km

KIR | Kerry

Ireland, Farranfore

68.71 km

ELT | Tour Sinai City

Egypt, Tour Sinai City

102.26 km

ORK | Cork

Ireland, Cork

72.61 km

CHE | Reenroe

Ireland, Caherciveen

81.56 km

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