Below is a selection of dive sites that we regularly visit. Most are real must-dos!

Martha
Type: Wreck
Depth: max 45 m
What to see:
British registered cargo ship, sank in 1909. The ship sits upright, with the deck in ca. 32 – 35 m. Her mast is still in place and she is home to rich marine life. Fish behave differently on Martha.

Psychedelic Wall
Type: Scenic
Depth: 5 – 18 m
What to see:
Large multicoloured dahlia anemones, soft corals, yellow sponges and colonies of fluorescent purple ascidians – a small but very colourful wall.

Mediterranean Terraces
Type: Scenic
Depth: 9 - 30 m
What to see:
A steep slope of pink boulders. Every crevice is inhabited by some combination of crustaceans, small redfish, shrimp and anemones.

Strawberry Fields
Type: Scenic
Depth: 16- 30 m
What to see:
A seamound across the current. Plumose anemones and bottle sponges dwelling on large boulders, wolffish, Lucernaria, shrimp and redfish. These are surrounded by a dense cover of iridescent red algae (Drachiella, Palmaria species), coralline algae and large reef building horse mussels – a very lively site with red as the predominant colour.

Strømmen
Type: Fast Drift
Depth: 3 – 20 m
What to see:
The main drift is in 7 m, past large boulders with kelp, other algae, crabs or sea birds flying past. Fast.

Yellow Brick Road
Type: Scenic
Depth: 15 – 35 m
What to see:
Large boulders on a gently sloping seamound. The boulders are covered by yellow sponges reaching a size of up to 2 metres in height. Rich invertebrate life, esp. starfish, urchins, crabs and anemones.

Dag
Type: Wreck, deep
Depth: 50 m
What to see:
A Norwegian registered cargo vessel. She was torpedoed by a German U boat in 1914 and sank. A fairly broken up wreck. A small White Coral reef (Lophelia pertusa) midships – probably the northernmost of its kind.
The wreck is in a very exposed location and diveable only in calm weather.

German WWII Troop Carrier
Type: Wreck
Depth: 16 m
What to see:
A German WWII troop carrier lying on her starboard side. Fairly broken up and prone to silting due to its low, sheltered location. Three gun platforms, bridge and funnels remaining. Rich marine life, esp. fish and anemones.

Veines Reef
Type: Scenic
Depth: 5 – 11 m
What to see:
A reef built by unattached coralline algae (Lithothamnium and Phytomalithon species), the largest are 20 cm in height and ca. 500 years old. The finely branched structures look like an enchanted miniature forest that you will not have seen anywhere else. A good site for sea angels (Clione limacina) in winter and ‘Kongsfjord fish soup’ (large schools of capelin, juvenile cod, saithe, haddock) in summer.