Sovereign II and Sovereign III

Both boats are available for charter by up to 12 divers from mid-March until late October/early November for top quality, tailor-made diving to suit your requirements around the Farne Islands and Northumberland coast. Both vessels operate out of Seahouses Harbour and carry a first-aid kit and emergency oxygen. Tea and Coffee are provided after each dive, with clean toilet facilities on board. Storage facilities are available on board, and all diving gear may be left on board over the diving period.

SOVEREIGN II is a 12m Cheverton with Twin engines, totally laid out with divers in mind and skippered by Toby. Accommodation for trips aboard the Sovereign II is provided for 12 people in Southfield House on a Bed & Breakfast basis.

SOVEREIGN III is a 12m Aquastar with Twin engines skippered by Andrew, who provides accommodation for trips aboard the Sovereign III in The Lodge, on a Bed & Breakfast basis unless otherwise specified. The Lodge also has a bar and restaurant.

Air, Nitrox and bottle hire is available through the Sovereign Diving fully stocked shop on the Seahouses Industrial Estate.

See the website for more information on diving and accommodation with Sovereign Divers and contact details below.

 

Schedule and availability.

Both boats are available for charter from mid-March through to November. Weekend bookings are typically for groups, though it may be possible to put individuals in touch with groups that are short of numbers. Mid-week diving can be booked by individuals.

Please contact Toby, Ailsa or Andrew regarding available dates for bookings in 2007.

Contact details:
Skipper: Toby Douglas
Accommodation: Ailsa Douglas
Boat Name: Sovereign II
Address: Southfield House, 143 Main St, Seahouses, Northumberland, NE68 7TT.
Telephone: 01665 720059
E-mail: sovereigndiving1@msn.com

Contact details:
Skipper & Accommodation: Andrew Douglas
Boat Name: Sovereign III
Address: The Lodge, 146 Main St, Seahouses, Northumberland, NE68 7UA.
Telephone: 01665 720158

 

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