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Help needed - TriMix and locations in Scotland

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Jul 19, 2022
Hi everyone,

First of all, please excuse my dumbness, but I don't know too much about diving.
I am working on a project at the moment (work related) and I need your expertise and help.

I have 3 different queries:

- we are looking for a diving shop in Scotland, who can support our divers with TriMix

- we are looking for dive locations on the North / West coast part. The client's requirement is, we need water temperature between 1-5 degrees at 46-50m depth

- Loch Ness. I am trying to find some non existing info, maybe someone here knows the answer. So Loch Ness came up as a possible location for the test dives, because the cold water temperature. Anyone knows what can be the temp down at 50m? I know visibility is zero down there, but it is not that much issue with the current project

Many thanks in advance
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