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.

There are only a few fish at this dive site, except for small perch and a few crabs.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 8 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Wreck Dive
  • Lake

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

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Schlierwand is a freshwater dive site with a max depth or 35m. The site consists of a shallow band with steep walls. The walls are made clay with beautiful formations. You dive from the entrance to the left. You will find the steep face around 10m deep.

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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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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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Hinkelsteine

There are 3 menhirs to dive, the bigger one starts at 18m and reaches a depth of 32m. Suitable for advanced divers. Since 2018, three life-size wooden figures have been built around the menhirs as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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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 Kohlbauernaufsatz dive site is a shallow sloping dive site that leads to an approximate depth of 36 meters, where there is also a wooden tile with a wooden toilet house.

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On the slightly sloping shore there is a platform at about 5m depth from which you can dive to the right. Up to a depth of 30m there is a lot to see with nice vegetation in the shallow area. There are many "little things" sunk, which make the dive entertaining.

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