The Lina shipwreck is a popular dive site located off the coast of Cres island. This 80 meter long steamship sunk in the early 20th century and now lies at a depth of approximately 30 meters, making it a popular destination for both recreational and technical divers.
Divers visiting the Lina shipwreck can expect to see a variety of marine life, including schools of fish and various species of nudibranchs. The well-preserved wreck also offers unique opportunities for penetration diving, allowing divers to explore the interior of the ship and witness the historical artifacts that remain within
You like stone fish? Then this is the perfect diving spot for you.
Only one NM away from our dive center we explore the underwater world of black rocks. This place offers a diverse vegetation (even a pan shell) and many astonishing animals such as stonen fishs or cuttle fishs. Even two small boat has once sunken to the ground and can be spotted there.
Ride beside the peninsula Čuf lays a big pipeline where you can see a lot of big fish even at shallow levels. Going deeper, a steep wall opens up to the darkness, which has many individual crevices. It is fun to explore these with your lamp and your buddy.
We start at five meters depth on the pinnacle of a big hillock. We can descend down to 40m and see an amazing bustle of the underwater life.