arrecife

simbolo-chucho

lanzarote

Arrecife is the capital and one of the leading diving destinations in Lanzarote. With Native Diving, you are submerged in two dive sites, each of them with a magnificent wreck to visit.

la marina

The first name of this ship was Temple Hall. It ran around under this name in 1981, while it was transporting a valuable wood cargo from the Ivory Coast and it was never able to sail the seas again.

This dive allows us to explore the bow, as well as the stern, because though it is a huge wreck, the water is no deeper than 15 m. The stern is open and there is access to the inside, though going in is not recommended because the submerged portion crumbles easily.

We can get closer to the bow that is completely submerged at a depth of 15 m. This is an ideal dive for beginners.

rabat

This is an old wreck about 35 m long that rests, in excellent condition, at the foot of the reef. This dive is very easy, if there are no strong currents.

We can descent down the anchor line to the propeller. We can continue on to the stern and go up along its great ramp. From here we can explore the deck of the ship and finish the dive. Part of the name of the ship can still be seen and. It is easy to see deep sea species if we pay attention to the deep blue.

telamon

The first name of this ship was Temple Hall. It ran around under this name in 1981, while it was transporting a valuable wood cargo from the Ivory Coast and it was never able to sail the seas again.

This dive allows us to explore the bow, as well as the stern, because though it is a huge wreck, the water is no deeper than 15 m. The stern is open and there is access to the inside, though going in is not recommended because the submerged portion crumbles easily.

We can get closer to the bow that is completely submerged at a depth of 15 m. This is an ideal dive for beginners.