There are no restrictions on scuba diving in the area either from boats or shore diving. In the case of scuba diving near the shore, be sure to use surface marker buoys (SMBs) and/or make visible Diver Down flags if boat diving.
There are no cylinder/tank refill options available at Seaton but are available at Bridport Harbour: Air & Nitrox- Lyme Regis Harbour
Scuba diving is effectively prohibited within the harbour limits, which also extend offshore. Harbour Limits are defined within the provisions of the Axmouth Harbour Act (1998 revision), extending 180m seaward from the entrance and is the area marked green on the map below.
If you find yourself in an emergency situation or spot someone else in trouble, you should call 999 or 112 and ask for the coastguard. How to call for Help at Sea
Click here for Tide Times: Tide Times – Seaton, Devon
About Seaton, Devon
Seaton is the only gateway town to the Jurassic coast where rocks from all three geological periods can be viewed in their natural environment: fossil bearing Jurassic rocks to the east, the vibrant Triassic cliffs just before Seaton harbour and the striking white outcrop of Cretaceous chalk cliffs of Beer.