Scuba diving in Plimiri

From Boat
Diver level
Average: 15 m
Maximum: 22 m
Average: 15 m
Maximum: 25 m
Diving in Plimiri, Rhodes is really interesting and fascinating for wreck-diving lovers. This tranquil sunny bay hosts a Giannoula K cargo vessel wreck, which was built and launched in 1953 in the Netherlands and sunk in 1981 in Plimiri. The remains are almost intact and divers can dive around the ship, exploring its mast coming up to the surface and upper desks. For more interesting diving one can check interior conditions and the engine room.

When to go

The most advisable period for visiting Rhodes is from June to September, with average air temperatures of 25-28C/77-82F. The hottest month is August and it is advisable for diving as approximate water temperature is 25C/77F. Winter air temperatures hardly reach 15C/59F.

What to see

Scuba-diving in the area is also presented by such marine creatures as groupers, dogfish, angelfish, snappers, barracuda and turtles.

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