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3 Zinnen is a wonderful dive site and is ideal for beginners and advanced divers. It is diverse and beautiful. The journey with the diving boat takes on average 20 minutes.

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Very popular dive site for beginners and advanced divers, due to a small wall between 9-19 meters, terraces between 3 and 35 meters and another wall between 26 and 40 meters.

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The overgrown rock formation in front of the base stretches from 5 m to a depth of 37 m. Excellent practice site for students in the closed off area. Can be dived until 11:15 in high season for safety reasons, as there is increased boat traffic (outside the barrier) after this time.

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Approach from diving school: 25 minutes, beautiful steep wall between 10 - 40m, very nice plateau with gold sponge meadow and varied shallow area.

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Journey from the diving center: 25 - 30 minutes. Nice dive site for beginners and advanced divers with a sandy shallow area from 3-10m with a chance to see seahorses! Steep wall between 10 - 40m.

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A beautiful coastal dive site located at the mouth of Torkul Bay. It is named after a famous local fisherman who also worships diving. The interesting thing about the bay is that there are several smaller and larger wrecks at this dive site, so this little hidden bay hides interesting things for everyone.

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Beautiful steep wall that extends in the 1st bay to the north side towards the lighthouse. The plateau descends about 20m and then begins a very nice overgrown wall with lots of fish, scorpionfish and sometimes there is also a conger eel to see. The max. depth is about 40m.

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PLAVNIK - II wall

Located on the south side of island Plavnik in the second bay after Rt Veli Pin. From the plateau in the bay there is a sand drop by which the wall starts at 15m and drops down to over 40m.

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The LINA is an iron ship built in England in 1879. It became Italian property in 1901 and worked as a freight forwarder in the Mediterranean. On December 14, 1914, it collided with the shores of Cres, where it sank very quickly.

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Diving site Barbakovac, also called “rock gate“, is located south of Rabac near the small town of Ravni. At a depth of approx. 15 and 38 meters, you can dive through two impressive swimthroughs, which are densely overgrown with yellow encrusted anemones. A few minutes swim further, there is a wreck laying at 30m.

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