Medfish Deep OW - 60m

A 15-minute drive by boat from Gundogan Bay. This is a super deep freediving spot. Visibility is usually 35m+ with no current.

As this is an open water dive spot, encountering the wildlife is not very common. Rarely we meet mahi-mahi and jacks but usually, it is just the blue and freedivers!

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 22 m
Current

Current

  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Drift Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Recommended Training

Stress & Rescue

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Night Diving and Limited Visibility

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Navigation

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Waves, Tides & Currents

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Deep Diving

Many exciting and iconic dive sites lie in deeper waters. The SSI Deep Diving Specialty will get you there - safely and with confidence. Learn how to plan and conduct dives to between 18 and 40 meters deep with SSI.

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Scooter / DPV

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Perfect Buoyancy

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Marine Ecology

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Extended Range Nitrox Diving

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Dive sites nearby

Medfish Deep OW - 70m

This is the deepest freediving spot of Medfish on the Northern Bodrum peninsula. It takes around 20 minutes by boat and needs careful planning to catch a nice and calm day. Usually early in the mornings is best for diving. Visibility: 35m Current: None Swell: Medium

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Medfish OW - 30m

This dive site was specifically created for freediver training. Covered from wind and swell this site is ideal to practice skills up to 30m depth. For advanced freedivers, this spot gives the chance to practice FRC dives even in rough conditions.

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Medfish Deep OW - 40m

Just 5min out with the boat you can dive to 42m. Clean waters and lack of current makes it ideal for deep training. Visibility is usually 25-30m with no current. There is a thermocline from March to July at 15m, but from August to October there is none.

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This is a beach entry spot with very easy access to almost 20m. Just 50m out from the sandy beach it is easy to catch have a calm and peaceful dive along the sandy bottom. Visibility is usually 15-20m with no current.

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This confined water spot is ideal for all freediving activities. Bottom is fine sand so standing up and performing the skills is very easy. We can stretch up 50m DYN setups very easily and the total length of confined water area is 200m.

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When we want some silence and privacy in our training sessions, we pick this site. It is an 18m pool with a depth starting from 1.3m and ending up in 1.5m. It helps us set 3 lines and it is ideal to train some dynamic tables and static sessions.

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Bodrum

Bodrum is a port city of the Mugla in the southwestern Aegean region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula, at a point that checks the entry into the Gulf of Gökova. It is a fascinating place, with its pleasant contrast between ancient culture and the usual tourist paraphernalia.

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Small Reef lays 200 meters from the Big Reef towards Bodrum. Lots of fish are here waiting to be seen. The depth starts at 5m (15 ft) to 26m (78ft). This site is 15 min. from the harbor by dive boat.

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The most beautiful and fascinating dive site in Bodrum. Big Reef has all the diving opportunities in it. The depth starts at 7m (25 ft). Divers can use the anchor chain for an easy descent to the top of the reef. lt has a wall that faces Black Island and drops straight down from 7 meters to 34 meters.

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An ideal point for both advanced divers, open water divers, and beginners. It is 15 minutes journey to reach there by boat. Rock formations start from 3 meters and gradually go down to 20-30 meters. During the descent/ascent expect to see stone fish, groupers, starfish, sea cucumber and lots of broken amphora.

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