Lena Wreck: Triple Boat Dive Of Bunbury

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Lena Wreck: Triple Boat Dive Of Bunbury
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Lena Wreck: Triple Boat Dive Of Bunbury says
Triple boat dive of Bunbury including 2 dives on the Lena + 1 shallow reef dive:

The FV Lena Dive Wreck is a purpose sunk dive wreck, scuttled in 2003 in 18 metres of water just 3 miles off Bunbury’s “back beach”, at the north end of Geographe Bay. She is a Russian built fishing boat measuring 55m in length , resting on a sandy bottom, the wheel house sits in around 9 metres. She was fishing illegally in Australian Territorial waters down in the Antarctic where she was apprehended & escorted to Fremantle before being towed to Bunbury for preparation for “scuttling”. The Lena has numerous access holes cut through her steel hull, making her the ideal wreck site for recreational diving. You only require Open Water Dive Certification. Over 70 marine species have been recorded on and around the Lena Dive Wreck, making it ideal for underwater video/photography!

$140pp for 3 dives, including lunch (no gear no tanks included)
$180pp for 3 dives, including lunch and tanks
$220pp for 3 dives, including lunch and full equipment

One of our experienced Dive Master will be onboard to lead divers that want to, and the wreck penetration specialty is also available. Ask Mary for more info about the course.

Call Mary on 0450005381 for more info or book
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By: Perth Ocean Diving