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Aventis III

The Aventis III wreck is accessible to advanced divers even without huge amounts of experience. Built in 1977, the cargo ship Aventis III measured 80m long and weighed in at over 3 tonnes. In the morning of the 19th November 2004 it hit some rocks off the small island of Dorousas which proved to be fatal. Pretty much intact, the wreck to this day still has a number of objects clearly visible to divers to explore. Lying on a sandy floor bed, she starts at a depth of 17m sloping down to 48m deep.

The Aventis III wreck is accessible to advanced divers even without huge amounts of experience. Built in 1977, the cargo ship Aventis III measured 80m long and weighed in at over 3 tonnes. In the morning of the 19th November 2004 it hit some rocks off the small island of Dorousas which proved to be fatal. Pretty much intact, the wreck to this day still has a number of objects clearly visible to divers to explore. Lying on a sandy floor bed, she starts at a depth of 17m sloping down to 48m deep.

The Aventis III wreck is accessible to advanced divers even without huge amounts of experience. ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Gentle slope
Depth
  • Maximum 35
  • Maximum 25
Visibility
Good
Current
None
Required scuba diving level / certification
Intermediate to Advanced

The best dive centres to explore Aventis III

Epidive Center

Greece | Europe
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Epidive Center

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In Greece, only 2 hours from Athens in Artahia Epidavros, Epidive Center awaits offering divers the opportunity to dive within the Peloponnesos. In the land of Ulysses and Leonidas where the Aegean sea is calm, hidden secrets await ...

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