Map credits to Max Ruffert, hosted on Chartlets.uk
One of many sites on Loch Fyne, Seal Reef sadly doesn't have any seals....
The site can be silty, but generally better than some other sites like A-Frames. On entry veer right to reach a rocky soft coral reef, and left to mostly emptiness but a potential of a wrecked speedboat.
Max depth about 30m on a slope, not too steep or too gentle of a slope which is nice to achieve 15m without having to swim out too far.
To Find the speedboat, enter the water by the rocks. Head straight to bearing 315° down to about 20m (low tide). There head to bearing 202° until you reach about 24m depth (LT). Once you found the chair, head up and you'll be at the speedboat.
One can park near water, shore is flat and easy to enter. The slope from car parking to shore requires care. It can quite be muddy so take care for slip trips and falls.
- Tripping on rocks in kit – uneven rock steps down to site
- Slipping on mud
From George square:
The site is after St Catherine’s and before Ardnagowan. There’s normally like a large bin at the entrance.
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Last edited on 03-Nov-23 by Alex Hunt