The website for Dodgy Divers!
Click to go to the Home page
Click to go to the UK Sea Life page
Click to go to the Dive Opportunities page
Click to go to the Dive Opportunities page
Click here to go to the Red Sea - Sea Life page
Click to go to the Red Sea Wrecks page
Click to go to the Red Sea Diving page
Click to go to the Gallery page
Click to go to the Juniors page
Click for information on insurance
Click to go to the Library page
Click to go to the Clothing page
Click to go to the Links page
Click to go to the Contact Us page


Welcome to Dodgy Divers...

Since discovering scuba diving in 2006 we have taken every available opportunity to get
below the surface both in the Red Sea as well as here in the UK. was formed so that we could show the rest of the world some of what we have seen. All the pictures on this site have been taken by us on compact digital cameras which is one speciality we continue to develop.

We have also continued our diver training to broaden our expertise and open up new possibilities as well as learning valuable life saving and safety skills.

Our favourite UK diving is to be found just off the south coast at Selsey in West Sussex though we have also dived in Portland as well as nearby inshore sites including Horsea Island (which is now closed to the general public) and Vobster Quay in Somerset.



There are many dive companies around, probably more than you would expect until you start looking for them. Anyway we have found a few. In the UK, whenever possible, we use Mulbery Divers in Selsey, West Sussex - that's local diving for us. When we are abroad, normally in the Red Sea, we use Colona Divers. Both of these companies have very good reputations and safety is always the number one priority.

We trust both of these companies with our children. The children haven't broken them yet!

We hope you enjoy the website and if you are visiting it as we met you whilst diving perhaps you will recognise some of the animals we photographed...






March 2014

Just visited Sulawesi in Indonesia for the first time and can totally recommend it.

We spent a week at the Tasik Ria resort on the North of the island diving in the Bunaken Marine Park. We then moved on to the Lembeh Straits staying at the Kasawari Resort which was very lovely indeed. Lots of new critters were seen including seahorses, frog fish and a whole new fleet of nudibranchs. Just counting the days before we can return.

Meanwhile we are looking forward to the start of the UK diving season.





Selsey BSAC

Hairspring Scuba


Copyright © 2012 RCS Communications. All rights reserved.