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DIVING SITES - WRECKS
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Randa Shipwreck [+1973]
Located NE of Tripoli at depth of max 31m, the wreck split to two parts laying St bd side, its 65m long, historical information believe that the wreck hit a mine and sink on the early 70s
imageT.G Wreck
Remaining parts from ship wreck at 19 depths , suitable for novice divers
imageTugboat Wreck
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Harbor Tugboat 22m long was scuttled over 20 years ago, and recently discovered by Arebi diving team.
The wreck lies standing on her hull on a sandy bottom with the bow facing east with maximum depth of 23m and the top reaching 19m, makes great dive for all experience levels and for photo opportunities.
Many species of fish and interesting marine life, the dive is accessed by boat.

imageKasria Wreck
A fishing vessle from 70's, 25m long was lying, port-side on a sandy bottom and recently documented by Arebi diving team.
With maximum depth of 21m and the top reaching 18m, makes great dive for beginers.
imageTractor Wreck
This Tractor wreck was documented by Arebi Diving Tec team, located 4.0 miles from Tripoli offshore, max depth 37m.
imagePlatform Artificial Reef
Many platforms had been scuttled as an artificial reef and sent down to bottom at 28m, marine life start to grow and attract fish schools around the wreckage.
imageLENA Wreck - Deep Dive NEW SITE

Greece fishing boat from 70's, 35m long was scuttled, and recently documented by Arebi diving team.
The wreck lies standing on her hull on a sandy bottom with maximum depth of 39m and the top reaching 31m, makes great dive for all deep dive experience levels and for wrecks speciality. lena wrecks gallery

imageGrgaresh Shipwreck - Tec Deep Dive
This wreck was discovered by Arebi Diving Tec team on 22 of April 1998 , located 3.5 miles Tripoli offshore, max depth 42m, its about 40m long, no historical information.
imageWW II Plane Propeller
Old plane propeller engine probably from WWII found on 42m depth around a reef, located in front of Tripoli.
imageTaha Shipwreck - Tec Deep Dive
This wreck was discovered by Arebi Diving Tec team on 23 of March 1999, located 4.8 miles Tripoli offshore, max depth 48m, about 25m long, our technical diving team leading by Mohamed Arebi still work to identify the wreck.
imageWWII Axis Supply Ship [+1942] - Tec Deep

This wreck was discovered by Arebi Diving Tec team on 22 of August 2003 , at depth 59m, need technical qualification level to dive.

Gases OC Tx20/25, Eanx 50 & Eanx 80.

The wreck ship stand on it s hull with sever damage to the bridge and the funnel rest down on the bottom star. Board side. Read more...

imageHMS U-Class Submarine [+1941] Trimix Dive

Around 1:20 hr sailing by boat from Tripoli WWII submarine laying on its hull at 70m ( 230feet) angled 30 degrees portside, most of the bow badly damaged from an explosion.

Gases OC Tx18/40, Enax32, Eanx 50 & Eanx 85.

Off shore of Libyan cost and during WWII British submarines patrol our coast hunting for the German and Italian convoy and supply ships. Read more...

imageMystery Deep wreck [+1941] (Could be Italian Liner) 89m - Trimix Dive

Wreck of mystery ship has been discovered off the coast of Tripoli in an area where there were reports of wartime sinking.
Arebi tec team speculated that the vessels might have been Italian troop transporter sunk during World War 2.
There were reports that the Italian Royal Navy had lost transporter ship SS ESPERIA, at the same area approximately 11 miles away from Tripoli.

 Arebi team dived the discovered wreck which laying in 89meter of water at sandy bottom, but its identity is not known
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