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Zenobia The wreck of MS Zenobia is a world famous wreck, ranked as one of the 10 best wreck dives in the world. She lies between 17 and 42 metres of water, just 1400 meters from the shores of Larnaca. This 172 metre long Swedish Ro-Ro ferry sank on her maiden voyage in 1980 following…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

Bream Bay Popular for its interesting rock formation, Bream Bay offers a mix of sand and rock bottom in depths of 22 meters to 27 meters.  The water here is usually very clear which makes it an attractive morning dive.  Look for moray eels in the small holes and grouper in the gullies off the…

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