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Scuba diving in Finland

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Diving in Finland

Quick facts

  • Recreational diving in Northern Europe is a cool thing, often ice cold, so a dry suit is necessary.
  • All wrecks older than 100 years are legally protected – you may dive on them but not touch anything.
  • In Finland you must also notify the coast guard before a wreck dive. On the Finnish province island Åland, it is generally forbidden to dive anywhere, except for a few places assigned by licensed dive centres

When to go

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Where to dive

USD 82Per dive
Pricing on request
Pricing on request

What to see

Language:
Finnish and a small amount of Swedish
Currency:
Euro
Time:
GMT +2
Climate:
Cold temperate
Diving season:
12 months, ice diving in winter
Water temperature:
Winter 4C (39F)
Summer 18C (64F)
Air temperature:
Winter -5C (22F)
Summer 18C (64F)

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