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Ramon Membru

Built in 1873 by the Gilbert and Cooper shipyards in Hull, this ship was originally named Elguezabal, Ballesreros n°2. Over the years, it underwent a few name changes and became known as Derwent and finally Ramon Meumbru. The Ramon Meumbru is a significant historical site, boasting a length of 80 meters and a width of 11 meters, with a tonnage of 1153 tons. One of its notable features, especially for its time, is its exceptional size.

While exploring the Ramon Meumbru underwater, you may encounter various marine creatures. Although the underwater life is not abundant, you might come across small lobsters, shrimps, a conger eel, and sars. While the diversity of species may not leave you awe-struck, the diving experience is still worthwhile.

The dive site offers a visibility of 17 meters and reaches a maximum depth of 20 meters. Divers of all levels, including beginners, advanced divers, and experts, can enjoy exploring this underwater beauty. Located in Cavalaire-sur-Mer, Draguignan, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Metropolitan France, the Ramon Meumbru is easily accessible in France.

Plan your dive adventure at this extraordinary dive site and immerse yourself in the rich history and tranquility of the Ramon Meumbru.

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

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