I-Dive Tec Rec Centers

I DIVE DIVE CENTREI-Dive Tec Rec Centers Protaras

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Dive and Protect the environment, Warm, crystal clear sea, combined with an abundance of natural and man-made dive sites, lays one of the World’s Top Five Wreck dives that of the ship of Queen Zenobia. In the East Coast in Protaras the Liberty Reef and the two wreck’s (Liberty – Nemesis III) will provide you with the training platform for your next adventure. Together with four new wreck sites on the Island Nemesis III in Protaras (4 minute boat ride from I dive facilities), Lady Thetis – Constantis wreck’s in Limassol, and the upcoming Laboe in Paphos and Kerynia in Ayia Napa justify Cyprus as the perfect place to experience the thrill of wreck diving.

Become a wreck diver and enjoy a week full of adventure with us. PADI, SSI, NAUI, and courses are offered on our facilities as well technical and side-mount training available. Dive on Nitrox, Trimix or Air which ever is your preference and enjoy free re-fills of your tanks.

Marine Archaeologists and members of the I Dive Technical Team are still locating the remains of ancient cargo vessels and battleships lost at sea thousands of years ago, while many of the island’s modern-day wrecks offer unique experiences for recreational divers. I Dive is a member of the Nautical Archaeology association and offers courses in the field.

The diving industry relies on its ability to offer a healthy and sustainable aquatic environment to attract dive tourists. In recent years Cyprus has begun creating man-made reefs to add variety to existing dive sites, and to help preserve the 260 recorded fish species found off the island’s coast.

An artificial reef has already been created within a 110 hectare ‘Sea Park’ -Amathounda, off the Limassol coast for the purposes of marine ecology research. Consisting of two structures composed of purpose-designed concrete blocks placed at depths of 10 – 33m, the reef provides food and shelter for small fish species which in turn attract larger marine predators. Fishing is strictly prohibited in the vicinity of the reef, located close to the submerged remains of the ancient port of Amathus. Over time, scuba divers will be able to explore a thrilling underwater sea grass meadow supporting a host of marine life, including pinna nobilis molluscs and rare sea horses, Mediterranean parrot fish, rainbow wrasse and sea bream.

For more information visit www.i-dive.com.cy