From October to April, the North East coast of Scotland receives the lion's share of waves generated in the North Sea. Scotland has surf for everyone from comfortable beach breaks Machrihanish, Cruden Bay and Coldingham to quality secret reef breaks. You can also practice kitesurfing.
Wannasurf - Scotland
Kite Surfing UK - Scotland
Scotland is the ideal place for cold water dives. Thanks to crystal clear water, diving into the Scottish underwater world is a unique experience and the chance to discover wildlife and epic wreck sites.
Dive Site Directory
Dive Site Directory is one of the largest online diving resources offering a free source of reference material for the diving community. They cover over 46 countries and in excess of 800 individual dive sites. With thousands of underwater photos of diving locations, wreck and dive site maps and even underwater video.
Scottish Sub Aqua Club's
Sailing is available from many coastal locations around Scotland but around Argyll you'll find some of Europe's most spectacularly jagged shorelines. Warmed by the Gulf Stream and with plenty of sheltered estuaries and channels, it offers challenging sailing and gorgeous views of the rugged scenery.
Sail Scotland Co Uk
Canoeing and kayaking is varied, with the possibility of gliding over the calm waters of the lochs to or battling the extreme conditions on the coast.
Scottish Canoe Association
Scotland has a strong international rowing team and the sport is well developed throughout the nation. If you are a rower visiting Scotland you will be given a hearty welcome at any of the numerous clubs. Check the Scottish Amateur Rowing Assocation web site for details.
Website: Scottish Amateur Rowing Association