Diving zenobia wreck, which has now become a protected artificial reef in cyprus, many species of fish making the zenobia wreck their homes. Fish spotted on the zenobia wreck are Dusky and Striped Groupers, Sea Bass, Amberjacks, Barracuda, Parrotfish, a wide variety of Bream and Wrasse. The marine life in and around the wreck is unique, and the zenobia dive site is currently rated amongst the top ten wreck dive sites of the world.
Diving Zenobia wreck is an absolute must, for all serious certified divers, visiting Cyprus. Our instructors are specialist in diving zenobia wreck. Each Instructor has at least 15 years diving experience for diving zenobia wreck. If your planning on specialised diving of zenobia wreck penetration deep exploration, not many diving centres can claim this status. Proper planning with lights,lines and extra gases, need to considered. Dive Safe and enjoy your diving!
Easy Divers will offer the Padi Wreck Diver Speciality Course, which is four dives on the wreck for during the zenobia wreck in Cyprus.
The most popular theory though surrounding the sinking of the Zenobia Wreck was computerized ballasting system, as this reportedly developed a fault while on route to Larnaca. A specialised ferry maintenance team was sent aboard the Zenobia to correct the problem and successfully managed to correct the list to 5%. However, at 5pm on the same evening of the 6th June 1980 the Captain mistakenly dismissed them, dispatching them back to land.
This was later to prove to be a fatal mistake as the following day at 2am the Zenobia wreck sank, taking her cargo to her final resting place Zenobia Cyprus…