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The best wreck in the world with best instructors, we will keep you safe on a magical mystery tour of this epic wreck that sank on the 7th June 1980 with 104 articulated lorries still fully laden with cargo on board. Contact us now for our summer...more
Out of all atractions in Cyprus - visiting Zenobia is probably the most popular one.
Both activities possible diving to wreck or snorkling above, I tried second, with good visibility you can see the ship that went down the water close to the shore of...More
I did my Enriched Air course with a alpha Divers on the Zenobia. It’s massive (only 80m short of the titanic), with many entry points. We swam through the canteen, where you can still see the carpet on the floor... right but no so clostraphoic...More
The ship is very well preserved and the waters around it are full of life. I went diving and one of my companions saw big turtle. I was not as lucky as her but still the experience to dive at this place is amazing
If you're a halfway experienced scuba diver who is keen on a little more extreme dive, the Zenobia is one of the most interesting and challenging scuba dives available. Make sure you go with an experienced guide. A shipwreck specialty is also recommended.
Excellent dive of the Zenobia with Latchi Watersports Centre ( thank's Rob)
a little intimidating to be on a dive boat with 100 divers! however on the dives it wasn't crowded, Lots to see, different on each dive .
The Zenobia is almost entirely in tact, and it's a fascinating place to dive. At 172m long, it's the kind of site you could visit many times and not see it all. I highly recommend getting a local guide so you see all the subtle...More
How you feel about the Zenobia will very much depend on how much you enjoy wreck diving. It is, as you would expect, very busy with divers throughout the day, though I never felt crowded as it provides almost an encyclopedia of wreck dives -...More
Response from Beachlife_Rocks | Property representative |
Yes of course you can... only certified divers are allowed to dive on the Zenobia anyway... safety first. Anything else is just mickey mouse... you should come and do a course with Alpha Divers and we will get you ready for... More
Yes of course you can... only certified divers are allowed to dive on the Zenobia anyway... safety first. Anything else is just mickey mouse... you should come and do a course with Alpha Divers and we will get you ready for diving on the Zenobia... :)
Response from Crazyoctopus1 | Reviewed this property |
You can do a padi discover scuba diving experience
You will be able to dive to 12m with an instructor then make further dives with a padi professional
Unfortunately the Zenobia is a bit too deep to see on a dsd