Category: Wreck diving

[VIDEO] Le Rubis, submarine wreck diving in Cavalaire, France

A few miles ashore from Cavalaire, French Riviera, lies at 40m deep a famous submarine of WWII: the Rubis (Ruby in English). The 66m submarine was part of the French Navy and built in 1931. During WWII she sank 22 battleships and was nicknamed the "Comrade of the Liberation". After the war, the Rubis was ...

Malta: wreck diving paradise in South Europe

I wasn’t supposed to go on summer holidays this year. Only a few long weekend escapes here and there in South Europe. But when one of my friends told me he found good deals on return flights for the end of July, whereas it is peak season, 1 hour and 200€ less on my bank account ...

wreck diving training in Malta

Becoming a certified wreck diver in Malta

With scuba diving in tropical colourful reefs, I think wreck diving should come next on the list of reasons why people dream of becoming scuba divers. The legends of famous ships and their hidden treasures are often the reasons to explore these historic artificial reefs. Whether you are passionate by the history of the ships, or ...

My American scuba diving dream in the Florida Keys, USA

Only "Caribbean" islands of the USA, the Florida Keys consist of an archipelago of 1700 islands at the extreme south-east of the Florida Peninsula. Even if they are not technically part of the Caribbean region (same as for the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos), the climate and the underwater ecosystem is similar to what I ...

Diving the USAT Liberty shipwreck in Tulamben, Bali

If you are looking for the best places to dive in Indonesia, you need to go to the north-east of Bali. At the end of a curvy road, up and down the hills, between the jungle and the rice fields, lies on a black pebble beach the village of Tulamben. Without the periodical wrath of ...