Pecio Arona

Spanish freighter sunk due to a fire in the engine room in 1972. After the evacuation of the crew, she sank while being towed to port. With more than 100 meters in length, she lies on a sandy bottom at an approximate depth of 33 meters with her shallowest part at 20 meters.

The wreck creates an artificial reef. Shoals of fulas, bogas, bicuda and stingrays and angel sharks under the hull of the ship. Nudibranchs, anemones and canary lobster are common.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 16 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Tufia (Playa de Tufia) located just north of the Airport. A small beach/bay is accessed via a well maintained pedestrian road from the upper car park down to waters edge, this is quite a steep hill on the way back up, it will test your aerobic abilities for sure ;-) Depth ranges from 15-21m, recommend Open water +.

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La Catedral

La Catedral is a boat dive between the port of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the Isleta. This is a deep dive suitable for advanced divers, where you will find caverns, tunnels, and backlights through which you can enter.

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Located near Arinaga, about 20 minutes journey from the centre is the Arinaga Marine Reserve, this location has 4/5 different dive routes, ranging from 10m to 31m, lots of Marine life, small caverns, swim throughs and schoals of fish in abundant supply.

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Coladas

In this area, geology plays a major role by diving into a wall of lava flows that already on the surface have a great value in the landscape. Once we dive the landscape becomes magical and full of color due to the great amount of life that these cavernous zones created by the lava hide.

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The access to this dive site is only suitable for divers with experience in entering the water through rocky areas. Once in the water we will navigate at a shallow depth to reach the cave with enough air to be able to fully enjoy it as it has several areas of high interest.

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We begin the immersion in a natural pool in which we will dive to cross a volcanic tube that will take us to the open sea. No doubt a dive that will not leave anyone indifferent.

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Perfect immersion for the lovers of the photography and the macro. We enter with a giant step, the estimated duration is 60 minutes and we will leave by the same place where we began the immersion.

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We will enter the water with a giant step, and then begin a navigation of 7 minutes at 3 meters that will allow us to begin the dive near the area we have planned. We will enjoy a rich and varied ecosystem dotted with anchors used by different generations.

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The dive at El Faro allows you to enjoy the remains of what was the second most important port of all the Canary Islands. This site is immersed in a rich and varied ecosystem with many species characteristic of this area.

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Inmersión hacia el centro de la bahía de sardina, donde pasaremos por un campo de rodolitos, estos rodolitos son muy importantes para luchar contra el cambio climático ya que son generadores de O2

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