Alternative Names: St Catherines three
Type of Dive: The bottle dive is a bolder slope on the south of Loch Fyne.
Suggested experience: Novice
Travel directions: Leaving Glasgow on the A82 turn left at Tarbet onto the A83, through Arrochar and over the rest and be thankful, turn left onto the A815, from this junction its xx miles to the junction shown in the google picture and 34.5 miles from Little Chef Dunbarton. Follow this road for 350m and park just off the road. Google
Parking directions: Room for six cars, remember to leave access for the people who live at the end of the road and other divers to leave.
Lat & Long: N56.208244 W-5.060363 Postcode PA25 8BA Google
Tides: Tide tables
Site entry/exit: From the road head down the path to the sea with the bushes on your left.
Underwater directions: Head out towards the two orange buoys the reef starts at 12m and ends at 29m. The seabed gets silty and slowly gets deeper to 53m and it flattens out with plenty of langoustine and flatfish.
Nearest Public phone: Creggans Inn
Mobile Network service: Contact me
B+B: Creggans Inn
Other comments: A local resident has made the entry/exit point harder to reach the shore but its still possible.
Pub: Creggans Inn
Cafe: None near here.
Links: None I can find
Created by: John Nicolson
Surface Photos: By John Nicolson
Underwater Photos: Contact me
Dive Map: Contact me