Alexenau

Alexenau is an easily accessible lake dive great for divers of all levels. If you dive toward the left you will descend to around 30 meters and some tree stands where fish hide. Throughout the dive, you will average 8 meters deep and see large rocks throughout.

In the Attersee you have the chance to see the following fish species: eel, eel rod, carp, pike, vendace, arctic char, lake trout, pearl fish, and whitefish.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 5 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Altitude Diving
  • Lake

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Twin Towers

At the entrance you will find a small sailing dinghy at a depth of 12-14m. From here, toward the left, you will reach two vertical trees at 18m after a few minutes. This is the so-called Twin Towers.

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Steinschlagtafel (Steinwand)

This freshwater dive site has a max depth of 20m and a slightly sloping bank structure. Rocks, tree trunks, and branches are everywhere. To the right, there is mainly monotonous muddy underground. To the left, you will find stony and sandy underground covered with rocks and tree trunks.

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An excellent dive on Attersee with max depth of 30m. The shore structure is a sloping bottom with a platform at 5m. At 8 meters there is a covered pile dwelling, a speedboat wreck at 22m, jetty at 17m, and an air-filled bathtub.

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Attersee

The Attersee is one of the most beautiful diving lakes in the Alpine region. With its numerous, well-signposted dive sites, it is suitable for beginners and advanced divers and offers everything from shallow to deep diving.

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Attersee - Schwarze Brücke

Access is possible via stairs with a handrail. Most interesting is the area to the right of the entrance, here after approx. 3 minutes from a depth of 10 meters you get to the steep wall that drops to approx. 70 meters. Dive site should only be dived by well trained and cold water experienced divers.

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The Ofen dive site is a sloping dive site down to about 40 meters, then a steep wall begins which drops to over 100 meters.

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ÖWR Hausboot

The dive site ÖWR Hausboot is a rather shallow dive site, but there is a lot to see, such as a houseboat, pile dwellings, as well as various sailboats.

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Nautilus

The max depth of this site is 25m with a shallowly sloping shore. There are platforms at 5m, 10m, and 20m. Special features include a small sailing boat to the left of the 5m platform at the entrance, a motorbike, and several POIs.

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The dive site Föttinger is a great dive site for all levels with many platforms. In total there are 13 platforms between 5 - 40 meters. Additionally, there is a buoyancy cage and a statue made of cylinders at the dive site.

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U-Boot (Wreck)

At about 55 meters there is a complete submarine (6-10 m long) to explore. Access from land is via Camping Grabner (Pike Bay). This site is only suitable for experienced divers and tech divers, the dive without scooter takes about 15 minutes.

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Recommended Training

Perfect Buoyancy

The SSI Perfect Buoyancy Specialty is the best way to improve your body position for relaxed dives, lower your air consumption and increase your bottom times. Take control of your enjoyment. Start online now!

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Navigation

Become a better, more confident diver who always knows where they are going. Learn how to use a dive compass, natural navigation techniques and more. Join the SSI Navigation specialty today!

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Search & Recovery

Make lost items a thing of the past with the SSI Search & Recovery specialty program. You will learn all you need to plan and conduct search and recovery dives, so you can find lost items with ease.

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Dry Suit Diving

Become a dry suit diver and dive all year, anywhere in the world. Join the Dry Suit Diving specialty today and learn all the knowledge and skills you need to safely and comfortably dive in a dry suit.

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