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 The Tower Marbella

Spain, Costa del Sol, Marbella

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Datum: WGS84 [ Auxílio ]
Precisão: Aproximadamente

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Latitude: 36° 30.289' N
Longitude: 4° 52.076' W

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English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): 5 min by boat from Porto Marbella. Could potentially dive this site from the shore from the beach allong N-340 or A-7. The site is about 300 yards off shore and the surf was not overly strong.

Como? De barco ou à partir da costa

Distância Curto trajecto de barco (< 10min)

Fácil de encontrar? Fácil de encontrar

 Características do local

Outro nome Tower

Profundidade média 7.6 m / 24.9 ft

Profundidade máxima 10.7 m / 35.1 ft

Correnteza Fraco ( < 1 nó)

Visibilidade Média ( 5 - 10 m)

Qualidade

Qualidade do sitio Normal

Experiência Para todos os níveis

Interesse bio Interessante

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Cheio durante a semana 

Cheio no fim de semana 

Tipo de mergulho

- Escombros de naufrágio

Actividades de mergulho

- Biologia Marinha
- Mergulho infantil
- Mergulho nocturno
- Baptismo de mergulho
- Formação
- Orientação

Perigos

 Informações suplementares

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

English (Traduzir este texto em Português): The Tower is what is left of an old cable car system that brought iron ore from a mine in the mountains to waiting barges off shore. The rock and concrete piling is still in tact with many holes for eels and various fish to live in. There is also the remains of the crane arm sunk in about 30 feet of water. A short distance away is a sunken barge that presumable was used to transport the ore. We saw Moray and Conger Eels, several octopus, Wrasses, and Scorpionfish along with many typical Mediterranean fish. Overall, this was an interesting site with vis as the primary challenge. Bring a compass.

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The Tower Marbella
By Christopherweldon
Jul 4, 2007
Tower second dive - This time we explored the crane arm and sunken barge.  Saw a huge Moray in the barge and several Congas around the arm.  Also saw a very nice Striped wrasse working the crane arm.  Dive master spotted several octopus ranging in size
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The Tower Marbella
By Christopherweldon
Jul 4, 2007
Tower dive 1 - Explored the tower by circumnavigating it once.  Vis was not good, so we had some trouble finding the anchor line.  Rylie got cold toward the end, so we came up with 100 bar of air.  Despite all of this, it was a good dive.  We
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Trip: Spain
By Christopherweldon
From Jul 1, 2007 to Jul 7, 2007
My daughter and I are going to dive with "happy divers" out of Marbella, Spain.  She wants to take the National Geopraphic specialty and I'm looking forward to my first dive in the Med.
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