Wreck Diving

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Wreck Diving in the North Sea

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There are only a few things more things more exciting than diving to actual shipwrecks. The North Sea has many wrecks, a lot from both the First and Second World War. A spectacular activity and a true ‘must-dive’ for the divers amongst us. These dives are organised in collaboration with diving school ‘Zeester’ (Starfish).

Wreck Diving
Discover the underwater world of the World Heritage Wadden Sea and the North Sea. You’ll dive just above the isle of Ameland or Schiermonnikoog. These locations contain many wrecks, with many wrecks from the First and Second World War.

Price:               € 100,00*
Certification:    Minimum requirement 2* Advanced Open Water Diver
Dive Duration:  Minimum of 1 dive of 45 min.

*Includes: Coffee, tea, lunch packet and diner with fresh fish.

A Day full of Adventure
We leave early in the morning. On the day of the dive you’ll leave somewhere between 06:30 and 08:30. We’ll make sure the ship ‘Zeester’ is supplied with coffee, tea and lunch packets.

There will be a minimum of 1 dive with a duration of 45 minutes. Just above the isles of either Ameland or Schiermonnikoog. Both places with many impressive wrecks.

No qualifications, but want to sail along?
Even if you don’t have the required qualifications you can tag along as a crew member. You can still enjoy the exciting diver tales, background information on the wrecks that are present and the other exciting diving moments.

At the end of the day we’ll bring you to either restaurant ‘Het Booze Wijf’ or ‘De Noorman’, where you can enjoy diner made with fresh fish, or maybe even barbeque your self-caught fish.

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