Diving trip to Skadar Lake
Skenderbeg was a passenger steamer built in Trieste in Italy in 1916. For almost three decades Skenderbeg was carrying passengers and food on a daily route from Rijeka Crnojevića to Skadar port in Albania. During the Second World War on 12 February 1942 in area of Karuč Skenderbeg was deliberately submerged by Montenegrin partisans.
Recommendations and a dive conditions.
The wreck of Skenderbeg lies on a sandy bottom at a depth of 12 m. Boat trip to reach the wreck last only 5 minutes from the place of Karuc.
- Diving into Skenderbeg is permitted for all certified divers.
- It is recommended to mark the dive site with a diving buoys, surface support is required.
- Maximum depth is 12 m.
- Water temperature varies from 8°C to 20°C.
- Sea currents are negligible and the visibility is ranging from 4 to 10m.
- It is recommended to use 7 mm wet suit .
What is included and the diving trip price?
Daily diving trip to Skadar lake contains:
- Car transfer from your residence to the Skadar lake(place Karuc) and back.
- Boat transfer.
- Wreck dive to the steamship Skenderbeg.
- Use of SCUBA equipment.
- Dive guide service .
Skadar Lake dive trip price is 120e per person.
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