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 El Meridian

Canary, Tenerife, Las Galletas

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 28° 1.978' N
Longitude: 16° 42.491' W

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English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

English (Translate this text in English): We load the boat, Celtic Wave, in Las Galletas Marina and take the short journey of 10 minutes to Palm Mar to the site of El Meridian.

How? By boat

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 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 26 m / 85.3 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

English (Translate this text in English): Description: WWII Minesweeper
Depth: 30 metres
WW2 German minesweeper used in later life as a dolphin viewing ship from Los Cristianos. The vessel was purposely sunk on 23rd October 2005. This dive is very interesting as the wreck is intact and upright. We have spotted a resident grouper on numerous dives and lots of rays. The wreck is making an interesting artificial reef for the future as marine life starts to flourish.

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