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Now in its fourth season, the Chalice has chalked up many successful journeys to St Kilda, the punishing slog by which all west-coast liveaboards should be judged. A typical day starts with a light breakfast before the morning dive. Then it’s bacon butties on deck and nothing to do but wait for lunch, which always comes with soup. Home-made cakes await the guests after the afternoon dive, and the day is concluded with a three-course dinner. Night diving is on offer whenever possible, but more often than not, the passengers can’t wait to get to port and head for a pub.
Although St Kilda is seen as the Holy Grail of Hebrides diving, most charters focus on popular wrecks such as the SS Breda off the coastline of Oban, as well as the many ships lying in the Sound of Mull.
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