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Wreckdiving Scapa Flow

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Hy Wreckdivers?!

I'm planning 2 organize a wreckdivingtour to the orkneys. Has anyone experiences with hotels or other accomodations in that area?!
 
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Nicola

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Scapa Flow

Have to recommend www.scapaflowdivingcentre.co.uk. We had a great trip in September. The accommodation is in a large house 4 bedrooms (sleeps up to 12 people) 2 bathrooms, kitchen & lounge with real fire. Cooked Breakfast every morning including porridge, free use of mini bus for trips to pub, sight seeing & transport to ferry. And most of all fantastic diving, compressor on boat with nitrox available. Have a great trip.

Nick:p
 
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