Scuba diving in Aldebaran Wreck

Access
From Boat
Depth
Average: 91.84 ft
Maximum: 131.2 ft
Visibility
Average: 32.8 ft
Maximum: 98.4 ft
The Aldebaran is a 28m/92ft fishing vessel which was sunk by the STB on the 11th of July 2008. It is sitting proudly upright and is teeming with marine life. The depth of the site is 28-40m/92-131ft. There is a medium current. This dive site is recommended for experienced divers.

When to go

The air temperature is from 26C/79F to 30C/86F in the winter and from 23C/73F to 26C/78F in the summer. The water temperature is 28C/82F from January to March and 26C/78F from July to September. Scuba diving can be done year-round.

What to see

This wreck is home to reef fish, moray eels, lionfish, groupers, silver sweet-lips, schooling yellow snappers, scorpion fish, schooling batfish and mackerel. Depending on the season it is often visited by stingrays, giant groupers and guitar sharks.

Reachable from

Port Glaud

Liveaboards with trips to Aldebaran Wreck

Dive center`s Special Offers

  • Beau Vallon Big Blue Divers

    10 Boat Dives (Full Equipment Rental)

    1 dive with normal distance trip
  • Beau Vallon Big Blue Divers

    20 Boat Dives (Standard Equipment Rental)

    20 Boat dives

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