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Underwater Photo Location: Two wrecks

Underwater Photo Location: Two wrecks

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There's not many dives you can do that give you two wrecks for the price of one!
We did this as an intro dive. We all wanted a shallow wreck.
This dive can be done from the shore but we did it as a boat. We headed south along the sea wall and basically where it finished we went in! You could easily find it from shore using the same rules.
There's a telegraphic cable you can conveniently follow to find the wrecks.
I was pleasantly surprised by the profuse marine life. Loads of small stuff but with plenty of fish too. The species here are hybrid Med/Atlantic.
The wrecks are both upright and small enough to explore in their entirety in one dive.
Nothing tricky or dangerous on this dive. Ideal to try out your gear before exploring one of Gib's other larger wrecks.
Facts about Two wrecks
  • It is in Gibraltar
  • Two wrecks is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-10 Metres 0-30 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 0-3 Metres 0-10 Feet.
Dive types
shorewreck

Marine Life
smallkelpshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairsinstructionguided

Photo facilities
macroprocessingfilm

by Tim Dobbs
Close up of a Wrasse. I had to wait patiently for this shot, as the wrasse was quick, but would never get in the right place. Got him eventually.
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