This dive is ecommended for those that love shipwrecks. In just one dive, you can visit the remains of up to six wrecks. Curiously, the shallowest ones are the best preserved and one of them even protrudes from underneath the rocks of the jetty, offering a completely unusual view.
The remains of the ships offer a completely different scenery than any other dive on the Island, which makes it a site in high demand by divers that visit Lanzarote for the first time.
It is easier to visit the deepest wrecks first and finish off the dive at the shallowest one. The wreck situated to the east still preserves its great propeller at a depth of over 38 m.
We will find animals typically found in caves among the wreckage like scorpianfish, cardinal fish and even glasseyes. We suggest paying special attention to the sand because it is easy to see stingrays, spiny butterfly rays, manta rays, torpedos and angel sharks. Have fun trying to identify each one of the six sunken ships, while exploring the bottom in search of fauna that live in this area.
Total duration: 2 hours
Area: Puerto del Carmen
Depth: 12 -40 m.
Time: Morning or afternoon
Water temperature: 17º-24º
Visibility: ± 20 m.
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