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Welcome to Discovery Divers

Discovery Divers - located at the home of British diving...

Fort Bovisand, Plymouth Devon. 

Discovery Divers was formed in 2003 by Danny Daniels and Dave Handley. Between us, we have over 50 years experience within the military, commercial and recreational diving sector. Just one mile from the Mount Batten Centre, based at Fort Bovisand, Plymouth, Devon, the local vicinity contains some of the best diving in the UK with safe water training areas and more challenging sites all within easy reach.

We at Discovery Divers, provide a friendly, professional service with extensive knowledge of all local dive sites.

Fort Bovisand is the best diver-training site in the South West. It has an attractive harbour with plenty of sea life and normally great visibility. With a maximum depth of 10 meters Fort Bovisand is the ultimate training site.

As Plymouth's leading dive centre, we operate 1 RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) and a hard boat that shuttle to all local dive sites. We also bring you back in between dives for a break and refreshments!

With our superb, fully equipped diving centre, we can also provide diver training as well as Powerboat training.

Additionally, using Blue O Two, we also offer excellent value Red Sea Holidays.

Courses we offer:

BSAC Ocean Diver, BSAC Sports Diver, BSAC Dive Leader, BSAC Advanced Diver.

PADI Open Water Diver, PADI Advance Open Water Diver, PADI Rescue Diver, PADI Master Scuba Diver

PSAI Closed Circuit Rebreather MOD 1 (Air Diluent), PSAI Open & Closed Circuit Trimix Fundamentals Level 1 (60 meters), PSAI Open & Closed Circuit Trimix Expedition Level 2 (75 meters)

RYA Powerboat Level 1, RYA Powerboat Level 2, RYA Intermediate, RYA Advance

What could be easier? Everything from gas to accommodation is available on one site, We even have a training pool!


Sunderland Aircraft found!

Discovery Divers (Plymouth Ltd.) have recently discovered the remains of a Sunderland Aircraft which crashed during the Second World War.

When a visiting diver surfaced with a piece of equipment of military origin we decided the site warranted a closer inspection. Subsequent survey dives have revealed four large rotary engines and three propellors along with some associated airframe. Additionally a British  (practice) Anti shipping mine was located within the search area!!

Investigation to identify the aircraft continues, if you feel you can help in the identification process please contact us.