The Faraway Raid: Dive on a little used wreck
Explore stunning wrecks 25 miles from Saint-Malo:
Discover the Princess Ena off Jersey gold Helge off the bay of Saint-Brieuc.
With our rigid "Emerald Diving", you will sail at 25 knots to go to the site in just over an hour. On this boat planned for 20 people, you will be only 10 divers on board in order to have maximum comfort and usability.
Fully equipped for ocean navigation (two rafts 6 places) with a full electronics (depth sounder, GPS, plotter, VHF ...), you can discover exceptional wrecks and rarely visited in the best conditions.
The ability to dive NITROX and / or TRIMIX will ensure maximum safety (certification mandatory blending to present).
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The Princess Ena Dive Sheet
76m long ship carrying the Channel link that sank leaving the port of Jersey on his way to St. Malo August 4, 1935.
The wreck lies in 48m at high tide.
The bow in good condition is placed on the port side while the rest of the wreck is fully visible, three boilers and two large machines to triple expansion.
The Helge : Diving Sheet
Sunk in 1918 this ship is based in part right on the bottom by 38m at low tide. The bow is returned on the bottom.
Beautiful wreck in a usually clear water where you can go to explore the engine room and the holds.
Abundant wildlife people the remains of these little plunged sites. Superb site for lovers of beautiful wrecks.
Other wrecks can be explored at the request off Jersey including M343 , Schokland ...