Scuba diving in Tatinja

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From Boat
Average: 10 m
Maximum: 40 m
Average: 20 m
Maximum: 30 m
Tatinja site features a beautiful reef in the shallows, the wall that drops down to 40m/131ft, an old ship wreck from Austrian-Hungarian Empire on 30m/98ft deep. The wreck dates between 1805 and 1811, and as far as the boat was made of wooden therefore no longer exists, but cargo is still there.

When to go

Diving can be done throughout the year. The annual water temperature ranges from 14C/57F in January to 25C/77F in July and August.

What to see

While diving, divers can find coins, some ceramic plates, also spot many Adriatic creatures such as scorpionfish, octopi, stonefish, and occasionally eagle rays. At a deeper depths, divers can find big yellow gorgonians and corals like finger corals and, black corals.

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