It is a long way to drive from Bedfordshire to Glasgow. Then it is a long drive to Ullapool. Ullapool to Kinlochbervie takes a while too. I have never seen so many campervans in one area.
KLB is a small place and it is fairly remote.
The KLB dive accommodation serves ten, and for 2024 will host eight divers. There are two bathrooms. So the accommodation is basic. There is no wi-fi or mobile signal in the accommodation. So contact is made by walking up the hill or down in the harbour area.
The boat is OK but lacks shelter from the inevitable rain. So heavy duty rain and wind protection is a must. Hosts Chris and Cathy are good.
The diving is good for visibility, but a bit lacking in sea life. We were diving in mid September. Lots of dead or dying jelly fish to be found. No wrecks to be found other than those on board the dive boat.
I will post dive videos in due course
The road from KLB to Thurso is mostly single track road. so allow over three hours for the 93 mile journey. There are even more campervans on the NC500 road.
Currently in Thurso. We will catch the ferry to Orkney tomorrow for five days of wreck diving.....