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Hi loads of life out there and many different dive spots, the water quality is good and visibility is good, as long as there has been no storms. The water quality get better and better the further from The Wash (Hunstanton) you get. North Norfolk is a beautiful part of the country and i hope we can get a group of freedivers to experience what it has to offer.I saw a documentary about the chalk reefs - looked like an incredible dive spot - loads of crabs, bass and general sea life. Do you have bad problems with the viz?
It is not going to be open until next year as they putting in the safety measures to comply with legislation, but you can still dive on the site. there is also a large calk gully stretching for 20 miles full of life just off shore.Where is sherringham's snorkel trail? I tried to google it but can't find anything about it.