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 Diemermeer shipwreck

Sierra Leone

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ajuda ]
Precisió: Aproximat

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Latitud: 8° 5.187' N
Longitud: 13° 14.513' W

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 Accés

Com? En barca

Distància Poc temps de barca (< 30 minuts)

Fàcil de trobar? Difícil de trobar

 Característiques del lloc d'immersió

Nom alternatiu Cannons wreck

Profunditat mitjana 8 m / 26.2 ft

profunditat màxima 14 m / 45.9 ft

Corrent Mitjà (1-2 nusos)

Visibilitat Bona ( 10 - 30 m)

Qualitat

Qualitat del lloc d'immersió 

Experiència 

Interès biològic 

Més detalls

Gentada entre setmana 

Gentada al cap de setmana 

Tipus d'immersió

- Derelicte
- Grans peixos
- Banc

Activitats del lloc d'immersió

- Biologia marina
- Immersió infantil
- Formació de busseig
- Snorkel / immersió a pulmó
- Fotografia

Perills

 Informació addicional

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

English (Traduiu aquest text en Català): Diemermeer shipwrek is an old Dutch East Indiaman wrecked on the Banana Islands in 1747.

This is Sierra Leone's most impressive dive site and arguably in of West Africa's best dive site. The name is misleading because it is actually not Spanish but a Dutch ship and despite the 29 large cannons on the sea bed the ship was purely a commercial one carrying pottery between Sri Lanka and Java in the 1700s. On its rout back to Europe it sunk off Banana Island leaving all its pottery cargo on the sea bed.
The visibility on the dive site has to be one of West Africa's best exceeding to 10m on average dive. The currents can be an issue especially at the beginning of the dive but an experience dive guide can make them truly insignificant. The site is 20m ride form Banana-Divers.

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