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The lake Lyngstøylvatnet

The lake known as Lygnstøylvatnet in the valley of Norangsdal was formed by a rock fall from Keipen in 1908. Beneath the waters of the lake, you can st...
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Diving at Skottevik Feriesenter

Skottevik FerieSenter with its own dive base is located only 22 km east from Kristiansand, directly at the open Skagerrak. Here you will find a big variety of exciting and impressive dive adventures as well as many other facilities.


Gulen Dive Resort

offers all kinds of diving and water sports activities in some of the most spectacular diving areas in Norway. Shipwreck diving, nature diving, diving...


Hamn i Senja: Diving

Hamn has been one of the favourite spots for divers for years: Power dive in the maelstrom and gourmet dives are two of the many possibilities.


Moss Divingclub

Moss Undervannsklubb (diving club) has long, good traditions that we wish to uphold. Safe, organised diving has been our motto since the club was established in 1969.


Fjord Cruise Adventure

Fjord Cruise Adventure offers exclusive boat based adventure charters along the coast of Norway. Their boat, the Gåssten, is one of the last wooden war...


Wold Kyst Transport

Our company will transport you safely and efficiently with fast boats between islands around Frøya and Hitra. We can also transport you both ways Tro...

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Adykk Kristiansand AS

PADI 5 Star IDC senter who offers diving trips, diving courses, wreck diving, night diving, hunting dive, nitrox, trimix, hire/sales, service, air refilling and disabled diving.


Diving in Åfjord

Do you have diving as a hobby, the Åfjord Coast is the right place. Here you will find everything from good hunting dive, dive nature and not least a...


Flekkefjord Diving Club

Flekkefjord can offer wreck diving to Gudrun and cave diving to Katedralen. Protected sail ships from hundred of years back can also be viewed near the Dutch Quarter in Flekkefjord town.
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