Scuba diving wreck-ship. Dive sites with wreck-ship

Scuba diving wreck-ship. Dive sites with wreck-ship

Scuba diving Wreck diving is recreational diving where the wreckage of ships are explored. Although most wreck dive sites are at shipwrecks, there is an increasing trend to scuttle retired ships to create artificial reef sites. The recreation of wreck diving makes no distinction as to how the vessel ended up on the bottom. wreck-ship dive sites | Scuba diving sites with a wreck-ship dive sites

King Cruiser Wreck

"King Cruiser Wreck" - Wreck, wreck-ship - Phuket, Thailand

The King Cruiser sank on the 4th of May 1997 apparently miles off course after striking the popular Phuket dive site Anemone reef on it’s way to Koh Phi-Phi from Phuket. So far was the vessel off course, and so in need of a decent wreck diving site was Phuket, that local diver joked that […]

Pecios del barranco Quíquere

"Pecios del barranco Quíquere" - Wreck, wreck-ship - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

Three large wrecks surrounded by angel sharks, manta ray, and large stingrays.

Pecios del Puerto del Carmen

"Pecios del Puerto del Carmen" - Wreck, wreck-ship - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

One of Lanzarote’s best dive sites as it is suitable for all levels and experience of diver with wrecks galore and stunning marine life.

Rabat Wreck

"Rabat Wreck" - Wreck, wreck-ship - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

Intact and lying on its port side the Rabat still has its large propeller and other pieces of equipment attached. This wreck offers the chance of some penetration for the suitably qualified diver.

Punta Tinosa Wrecks

"Punta Tinosa Wrecks" - Wreck, wreck-ship - Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Spain

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