In an Emergency
Should a situation arise in which an emergency services (including the coastguard
and lifeboats services) are required then the ‘999’ emergency telephone service
should be contacted. They will then dispatch the appropriate services.
An air compressor now operates at St. Abbs Harbour on busy weekends.
|Scoutscroft Diving Centre:|| (018907) 71669|
*In an emergency and where appropriate dial 999 and ask for the emergency service
required. The telephone numbers given here are for enquires only.
|Forth District Coastguard 24hr*:|| (01333) 450 666|
|Eyemouth Police Station*:|| (018907) 50217|
|Eyemouth Health Centre*:|| (018907) 50599|
|Marine Reserve Ranger:|| (018907) 71443|
|Scoutscroft Dive Centre:|| (018907) 71669|
|St.Abbs Dive Centre, Post Office:|| (018907) 71237|
'A Guide to Diving in the St. Abbs and Eyemouth Marine Reserve' C.Warman Published
in 1987, this guide has been around for a bit, but it covers all the dive sites
This booklet covers most of the dives in the area and gives information on the
entry points, dive orientation and suitable weather conditions. You can obtain
this guide from most local dive outlets.
'Dive St. Abbs and Eyemouth' L.Wood. Published in 1998, and written by Lawson Wood,
an expert local diver and photographer, this is a comprehensive guide to the local
area and the dives within it. All the relevant information needed to plan a dive is
included in this guide with entry points, notes on suitable weather conditions and
what species you can expect to see on the dive. You can obtain this guide from most
local dive outlets, caravan sites and other local shops.