Life Aquatic

Life Aquatic dive site offers great conditions for all level of freedivers. One of the best freediving conditions for freedivers. Only 5 min swim from the shore enough to reach 60 meters deep. There are 3 anchor lines to attached a freediving buoy at 15 m, 30 m, and 60 meters. No waves, no current, 30 m visibility.

This dive site just the crossway of many open water fish including sea turtles.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Kas is a beautiful seaside town in Turkey right on the Mediterranean Sea. There are many fantastic dive sites along this coastal town offering crystal clear water and thriving marine life.

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A replica of the oldest known and very rich wreck excavated between 1984 and 1994 at cape Uluburun is sunk here to become home to grouper species, and other fish.

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This bay is very beautiful underwater and above, and also well sheltered. Sea-grass meadows in the bay are full of life, day and night. East from the small cape, bare rocks slope down gradually to 32m, with lots of life; moray eels and bigger fish at depth.

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Being the closest in distance to Kaş makes Fener a very popular dive site. It is a very diverse site. If you head east underwater you will find the “Ottoman wreck” to explore. It has a worn wooden spine and mails at 23 meters with a large water jug.

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Here in the quiet bay of Limanağsı lies the wreck of an old Dakota. The plane was sunk especially for diving. It stands in the sandy bottom between 16 and 24 meters depth. The interior can be dived without danger.

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The pigeons are not here anymore but the shallow depths are teeming with life, rabbitfish, and breams galore. A white marble shark sculpture reminisces of recent underwater art exhibitions and gives a startle to first-time divers! This is an ideal, very calm site for snorkelers and those starting diving training.

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Underwater gardens of Neptune; a rich and shallow reef rising to 8m under tough waves just off cape “Çondur”. There is definitely an antique wreck site here, lots of amphorae are scattered around up from 20 metres and all along the coastal side of the reef.

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You may dive at the deeper “outward” (east) or the “inward” (southwest) side of these 2 islands separated by a very shallow passage. The southern reef, with its rocks elevating to 5m and its eastern sandy slopes, has diverse sea-grass meadows, rocky slopes around the islands, and small shallow reefs to the east.

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This site is best suited for experienced divers as strong currents are normal. You will have to make your safety stop on the anchor rope. The top of the reef sits at 14 meters and there are two bumps like camel’s humps to explore, hence this site’s name.

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At Pina Reef the dive-boat anchors either to the northeast of the island or on the wall. Between the island and the wall is a shallow sandy area with a multitude of small rocks that are home to a rich colony of pen shells and the sea turtles that eat them. The northwest end of the wall gets deeper as a rock-sand slope.

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