The Faroes can boast to have the cleanest waters in the world, but the water temperature, which ranges from 6 to 10 degrees in summer, makes them not so popular diving destination. Unfortunately, the visibility is the best in the cold and gloomy late autumn—early spring period, and the worst—when the waters get a little bit warmer - in the summer. Due to this, the diving experience you get outside the high season is one of the most amazing in the world. However, if you like the weather to be warm and cosy, you can still try diving in the summer while risking some plankton hindering the visibility. In any case, the weather tends to be a quite changeable all-year round, so it all mainly depends on your luck.
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