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épave du Liban

The wreck of the Lebanon, a liner that sank on 17 June 1903 near the Ile Maïre in France, offers a captivating diving experience for advanced divers. Resting at a depth of over thirty meters, this dive site is accessible to those with sufficient expertise. With a visibility of 16m and a maximum depth of 32m, divers can explore the remnants of the ship and encounter a variety of marine life, including groupers, mostelles, scorpion fish, and moray eels. Located near Rue Désiré Pelaprat in Les Goudes, Marseille, this underwater site promises an unforgettable adventure for diving enthusiasts.

Last updated: 8 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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