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Underwater Photo Location: Zenobia Wreck

Underwater Photo Location: Zenobia Wreck

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Zenobia is a Swedish roll-on-roll-off ferry fully loaded with 108 trailers and trucks, regustered to carry up to 140 passengers.
She sunk on her maiden voyage to Cyprus in 7 June 1980 off Larnaca's fishing harbor. Zenobia is now lying on her side at 42 meters.
Possition: 34,53.5 N, 33,39.1 E (1.500 meters from the shore). Most of diving in Cyprus is not very good. They have severely over-fished and there is not really any coral... BUT the Zenobia Wreck is an awesome dive and makes a trip there worth while! The wreck is so big that they usually have you dive half in the morning & half in the afternoon. Very cool.
Facts about Zenobia Wreck
  • It is in Cyprus
  • Zenobia Wreck is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
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by Patrick Neumann
low on air?

by Patrick Neumann
the bridge of the Zenobia in Larnaka/Cypres

by Patrick Neumann
fabulina from the meditaranien sea, Larnaka/Cypres

by Topher Jones
Zenobia Wreck

by Topher Jones
Lorrie on the Zenobia Wreck. Larnaca, Cyprus.

by Tanur Sertuglu
This little fella was following me aroun when I was exploring Zenobia wreck.

by Cigdem Caglar
Zenobia wreck

by Athanassios Lazarides
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