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Tech Wreck Week – CCR 2 Diver

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For those with Hypoxic Trimix certification and considerable experience, we have some really special dives for you.

On our Hypoxic Trimix Dive Trip, we’ll be diving up to 75m, or up to 90m if you have the designated depth on your certification and serious experience. One good, long dive per day, our possible dives include:

SS MONROSA – South of Arsida islet – An Italian steam cargo ship, she went down in 1941 having been struck by the British submarine HMS Triumph on her way to Piraeus. Accompanied by some defender ships, a short battle ensued, but the submarine managed to dive and get away. She is large and lies between 75-90m.

SS PATRIS (not to be confused with PSS Patris) Patroklos Island. The carrier Patris , built in England in 1902, was travelling from Piraeus to Naxos in June 1927 and collided with the carrier Mosxanthi Togia sinking within 2 minutes. Eleven lives were lost. She lies at depths between 67 and 72m.

SS ROSA VLASI – between Makronissos and Lavrio “Rosa Vlasi” loaded with a cargo of 2900 tones of mixed ferro-silicon, left Piraeus on 24 December 1959. About a mile and a half south of Sounio, she started to incline at an angle of 40-45 degrees. The Captain broadcast a Mayday and the crew prepared for the worst. Captain lost control of the helm and the ship overturned and sank.

German U-boat U-133 – NW Saronic Gulf German submarine U-133 was a Type VIIC U-boat built for Nazi Germany’s Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She sank with all hands lost after striking a mine off Aegina island Greece on 14 March 1942.

  • Diluent Mix
    Bailout Stage Mix

Wrecks on this Trip

Name / Type Date Lost Depth Range Bottom Mix
SS Patris / Passenger ship 15/06/1927 68-72m 15/15
SS Monrosa / Italian cargo 25/10/1941 72-90m 15/55 or 12/65
SS Rosa Vlasi / Cargo 24/12/1959 49-60m 18/45
MV Elenitsa K. (fmr MV Cornel) / Cargo 26/09/1983 72-85m 15/55
ALDEBARAN / Italian torpedo 20/10/1941 105-110m 10/70 or Heliox
Savoia-Marchetti SM79 / Italian aircraft 05/08/1944 54-57m 18/45
U-133 / German submarine VIIC type 14/03/1942 69-74m 15/55

Info about this Trip

  • Check-in time: 8:00
  • Departure time: 9:00
  • Hypoxic CCR dive trips span between 3-5 hours depending on target wreck and the dive plan
  • Available monthly
  • Transfers from/to the airport
  • Six wreck dives between 50-75m
  • 150’ maximum runtime
  • 1*3L CCR oxygen tank
  • 2x7L CCR diluent tank – GUE JJ CCR Configuration
  • Alum 11.1L bottom gas bail out tank (for non GUE configuration divers)
  • Alum 11.1L deco bail out tank with Nitrox50
  • Alum 5.7L deco bail out tank with oxygen
  • Drysuit inflation tank
  • All gas top ups (GUE standard mixtures)
  • Sofnolime 797
  • Use of dive center amenities
  • Please note, this is not a regular recreational dive trip and more extensive planning is required in terms of gas requirement, deco exposure and diving practice. Upon finishing analysing your gas mixes and building your equipment, there will be a thorough briefing on the description of the wreck, dive profile and safety procedures.
  • Given that more time is required for preps, you are kindly requested to arrive promptly at the dive centre to check out all your rental equipment and gases without having to rush anything.
  • Please make sure that you have your dive certification card(s) with you, or any evidence (mobile app, pdf, doc) that proves your qualification(s). Trimix certification if using Trimix mixes.
  • You are required to fill out the necessary forms for the content of your mixes and tank rentals.
  • We also ask you need to fill out and sign the medical questionnaire and liability release forms.
  • All tanks used will be supplied by Scubalife and prepared before the dive trip. Please let us know your mix preference beforehand.
  • Diving destination is normally announced three days prior to actual trip date based on weather forecast.
  • All dives are subject to weather and sea conditions. Whilst every attempt will be made to ensure that trip will actually run, in case of non diveable conditions at the pre-announced spot, Scubalife will offer the choice of the following options:
  • Alternative dive destination if possible
  • Full refund of the trip in case trip is canceled
  • Trip must be paid in full 24 hours prior to departure date and time.

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