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Marine Recreation and Tourism Survey 2015 - SCUBA diving in the sea (restricted zoom)

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In 2014, the Scottish Government commissioned Land Use Consultants to undertake a study to fill data gaps on marine recreation and tourism activity in Scotland and to provide baseline information for marine planning. The project was designed and undertaken with the industry and co-funded by the Scottish Government with additional contributions from The Firth of Clyde Forum, The Crown Estate and The Scottish Coastal Forum.  This layer depicts scuba diving at sea.

Marine Recreation and Tourism Survey 2015 - Rowing and sculling in the sea (restricted zoom)

Marine Scotland Information NMPi icon

In 2014, the Scottish Government commissioned Land Use Consultants to undertake a study to fill data gaps on marine recreation and tourism activity in Scotland and to provide baseline information for marine planning. The project was designed and undertaken with the industry and co-funded by the Scottish Government with additional contributions from The Firth of Clyde Forum, The Crown Estate and The Scottish Coastal Forum.  This layer depicts rowing and sculling in the sea.

Marine Recreation and Tourism Survey 2015 - Coastal climbing, bouldering and coasteering (restricted zoom)

Marine Scotland Information NMPi icon

In 2014, the Scottish Government commissioned Land Use Consultants to undertake a study to fill data gaps on marine recreation and tourism activity in Scotland and to provide baseline information for marine planning. The project was designed and undertaken with the industry and co-funded by the Scottish Government with additional contributions from The Firth of Clyde Forum, The Crown Estate and The Scottish Coastal Forum.  This layer depicts coastal climbing, bouldering, and coasteering.

Marine Recreation and Tourism Survey 2015 - Surfing, surf kayaking or paddleboarding in the sea (restricted zoom)

Marine Scotland Information NMPi icon

In 2014, the Scottish Government commissioned Land Use Consultants to undertake a study to fill data gaps on marine recreation and tourism activity in Scotland and to provide baseline information for marine planning. The project was designed and undertaken with the industry and co-funded by the Scottish Government with additional contributions from The Firth of Clyde Forum, The Crown Estate and The Scottish Coastal Forum.  This layer depicts surfing, surf kayaking or paddleboarding in the sea.

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