Scuba diving in Rivanjski Kanal

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From Boat
Diver level
Average: 65.6 ft
Maximum: 114.8 ft
Strong ( > 2 knots)
Average: 16.4 ft
Maximum: 49.2 ft
The site is located among the islands of Rivanj and Sestrun. The site features two crags, that rise from the seabed, covered in white sand. There is usually a strong current present, that mostly aid the diver on his journey in discovering the beauty of undersea world. Marine life in such a small area is outstanding.

When to go

Diving here is possible all year round, though however, the best season for diving is from May to September. In winter the sea temperature drops to 10C/50F and in summer rises to 25C/77F.

What to see

The crags supports a rich marine life: gorgonians of various colors, soft coral, yellow and purple sponges, sea algae, with occasional groupers, catfish, etc. Because of the strong currents, there isn’t much marine life on the white sandy seabed.

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