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12 – 30 meters
A lot of smaller and bigger stone heads with a lot of different fish species and some old, antique anchors. It is possible to see mine from the time of Austro-Hungarian Empire on the depth of 23 m and 30 m. dive site have small cave on the depth of 12 m.
8 – 40 meters
Reef starting at 8 meters and going up to 40 meters depth. In the end there is a cave, about 20 meters long and a smaller tunnel.
18 – 60 meters
Island with natural wall going from 18-60 meters depth- remains from torpedo is on the depth of 32 meters on the end of wall where mureana fish can be seen.
Reef which goes up to 25 meters with nice underwater topografy. Sometimes is possible to find lobster colony with more than 5 lobsters on one place. Big Octopus is usually seen also on this locations.
6 – 18 meters
South side of island Mrkan. Place protected from north wind (bura) which makes dive nice and easy in hard condition. Shallow dive site up to 15 meters for OWD divers and up to 40 for advanced divers. With a small cave on 5 meters and protected big shell (palastura) inside.
7 – 55 meters
South side of the island Mrkan, big plateau up to 12 meters, and natural wall that goes over 50 meters hide two caves. One small on 35 meters and second biger on 40 meters. A large hole on the wall at depth of 22 meters is preferct place for soft corals and lobster to hide. The depth is from 7-55 meters.
Kaiser Franz Joseph Ship
32 – 41 meters
The Kaiser Franz Joseph – ship long 100 meters, rests off Prevlaka, on its port side. This famous cruiser sailed for only 27 years. After the capitulation of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it was given to the French and anchored at Žanjica Bay. It foundered and sank one stormy night, on 17 October 1919, armed with explosives that still lie near the anchor at the ship’s bow. Almost 90 years have passed, yet the Kaiser Franz Joseph is still an alluring beauty. Max depth of the dive is 41 m.
10 – 50 meters
Begining of bobara island with nice reef, octopus shelter and nice wall up to 55 meters with yellow sponges on the wall below 35 meters. Makes this unique dive for experienced divers, but also for beginners because in shallow water can be found rich sea life like octopus, mureana, conger, false coral, giant doris and many others.
7 – 40 meters
Dive site located on Bobara island. Start is in natural pool up to 12 meters and two canyons reachable from one central rock. Big canyon start at 2 meters and finish at 20 and other small canyon start at 5 m (south side) which leads to start point of the dive. On this dive it can be seen greater slipper lobster popular named baba.
3 – 40 meters
Cave set at bobara island which start at 10 meters. About 20 meters in lenght and very narrow at the end. Cave has air pocket reacheble only by experienced diver with cave speciality. Also on this site is possible to see few smaller tunels.
3 – 40 meters
Left side end of island Bobara. Location perfect when strong south wind is present (jugo). The dive site have either shalow and deep to be reached and lobster can be found on the south side of location. There are remains from civil war, a head of granade unactive but not recommendable to touch.
Lokrum Dead Sea
3 – 18 meters
Cave on the island Lokrum with south side entrance and leads diver inside island Lokrum (dead sea).
25 – 27 meters
The biggest amphoras finding in Adriatic sea with more than 1800 well-preserved amphoras. The depth is 25-27 meters. Besides amphoras different species of fish can be seen in their natural environment.
24 – 25 meters
Italian battle ship sunk in 1945. It is at the depth of 24-55 meters.
3 – 18 meters
On 10 meters there is a big cave, with lake on the surface, small exit on 2 meters leads us to the shipwreck of Aurora. The accident happened near the port of Gruz on May 6th 1992, it is the biggest maritime tragedy in the recent Dubrovnik history. Two passenger ships crashed – Ilirija ferry and ship Aurora. During this tragedy 18 people were injured and 10 passed away.
Explore two largest ancient shipwreck sites in the Adriatic sea with more than 1800 amphoras and pythos which was our discovery!
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