Dive site Wraysbury serves as a water reservoir for the city of London. It's a varied dive site with numerous objects including the fuselage of a Boeing 737, a city bus, a camper van, an artificial cave area and several other wrecks. There are nearly fifty different objects in total. Common species in Wraysbury are crayfish. pike, perch and eels. It 's an easy and relatively shallow dive site that is great for unexperienced divers. Diving schools can rent classrooms at Wraysbury and part of the site is closed off for training purposes. Paid diving.
Wrasbury is easy accessible. The parkingh lot is close to the entry point and the diving center. The diving center is simple but all necessary facilities are available. Enter the water from the large jetty which has more than enough space to prepare your dive. Now descent in search of the 737 or one of the many other objects.
Wraysbury is located in a protected nature reserve. Don't leave garbage behind. Pay attention to opening hours and house rules. Always check in at diving center first. Night diving always by arrangement. Paid diving.
- Wraysbury Reservoir
- Station Road, Wraysbury United Kingdom
- Sufficient parking
- 50 m.
- Suitable for
- All levels, beginners, night diving
- N.v.t. / NA
- Paid diving
- Dive center , fill station, teaching rooms , equipment rental , changing rooms, toilet
- Kind of dive
- Shore dive, wreck dive
- 2 - 6 m.
- Average visibility
- 3 m.
- 15 m.
- Perch, mussel, eel, pike, sponge, crayfish
- Other recreation