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Underwater Photo Location: CARBONERO - Tenerife- Canary islands

Underwater Photo Location: CARBONERO - Tenerife- Canary islands

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wreckship on sand bottom.
you can see sharks, morays, octopus, red coral, stingrays, bogues, barracudas,... abound.

This wreck was sinked in 1903. still we can find personal objets (plates, bottles, spoons, knifes, ... )

the security was tangible every moment: 5 meters deep reserve tank, oxygen, First Aid Kit, VHF transmitter and mobile telephone. the divemaster has a ponnytank (extra tank) with him and 2 second stage.


we dive with SeaDive (http://www.subcanaria.com)

Facts about CARBONERO - Tenerife- Canary islands
  • It is in Spain
  • CARBONERO - Tenerife- Canary islands is in the Atlantic (South).
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
wreck

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksdolphinsturtlescoralshoals

Diving facilities
airrepairsinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendlyrepairsinstruction
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