Liveaboard diving in
Temple Hall Wreck
The Temple Hall was built in 1954 for Lambert Bros, London. In 1981 the boat has found its final destination just north of Arrecife in a shallow bay. Today this wreck offers great views for snorkelers, divers and is especially favored by photographers.The rear of the ship is underwater at the maximum depth of 8-10m/26-33ft, which makes the wreck suitable for divers of all levels of experience. Advanced divers can dive a couple of meters into the wreck, but only those who have perfect buoyancy, otherwise there is a high risk of injury on some of the sharp edges. About 40m/131ft away from the rear lies the bow of the ship, which is completely underwater at high tide. This part of the wreck features good light conditions, but it may still be worth taking a torch for looking into its many openings. This wreck is home to octopus, cuttlefish, small rays, nudibranchs, sea hares, barracudas and many other marine species.
When To Go Diving
Diving is possible all year round. The water temperature is 18C/64F in the winter and 26C/79F in the summer. The average air temperature is 21C/70F in January and 29C/84F in August.