Scuba Diving in Aberdeen, Scotland, Northeastern Scotland United Kingdom

up to 65 ft / 20 m
Water temperature:
From -1°C (-34°F) to 17 °C (63 °F)
Air temperature:
Between -1 °C (-34°F) and 18 °C (64°F)
Coldest time / Warmest time:
December - February / June - August
Aberdeen, siting between two river mouths, is the land where breathtaking landscapes meet the sea. The Silver City with the Golden Sands offers visitors from dilapidated castles to pristine beaches. Ιts stunning coastline offers a variety of sea wild life, so it is a remarkable place for scuba diving.

Whether you are a PADI pro or a beginner, you can always join an expertise team groups and dive in with the appropriate group that suits you best. The underwater environment is full of sea life and you can come across more than a float of common fishes like crabs, lobsters, Ballan fishes and if lucky enough, even dolphins.

Water temperature is always cold with the warmest period observed between July and October while the average temperature climbs up to 14 °C/57.2 °F. Divers need to bring spring wetsuit and choose preferably the summer weather for diving.

Rental accommodation can be located in the city of Aberdeen, close to scuba diving spots where you can also find many shops and other centers for leisure activities nearby.