Scuba diving Artificial. Dive sites with Artificial

Scuba diving Artificial. Dive sites with Artificial

Scuba diving Artificial reefs add habitat to attract corals, fish, reef animals and also divers. From wrecks to underwater museums and art projects, man-made reefs have become a compelling diving alternative around the world. Alternative dive sites are also representing areas that have been constructed by the dive industry, with the intention of using the area for diving recreation and training. Although they incorporate structures that will attract fish and other marine life, the main goal is to get novice divers off of the coral reef and reduce diving pressures to natural areas. Also, some artificial reefs are used to prevent coastal erosion. Artificial dive sites | Scuba diving sites with a Artificial dive sites

Museo Atlantico

"Museo Atlantico" - Artificial, Underwater sculptures - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

The museum project is creating a huge artificial reef which consists of a set of sculptural installations made of concrete neutral pH, over time, with the purpose to increase marine biomass and facilitate the reproduction of the species on the island.