26.05. to 29.05.2023

Barely 8 hours from Hamburg in 1939, the Second World War began at Westerplatte on September 1, with the invasion of Poland.
84 years later we find – besides the relics of that time on the coast – several wrecks worth a dive … or two … or three.
A few kilometers north of Gdansk on Hel, we start our trips to several wrecks that are quite close to the coast. Between 10 and 30 minutes will be needed by the RIB to take us to wrecks in a range between 18 and 70 meters. In this way, it will be possible to do N32 dives as well as Tech1 and Tech2 dives. German submarines, passenger ships used as hospital ships, WW1 steamships… more than 30 wrecks from different periods and in different levels of difficulty.

Number of participants (available / min / registered): 10 / 4 / 0

Guide: Thomas Strozyk

Costs: Ca 500 EUR

Included in the price: Planung, Organisation und Tourenleitung

Exclusive of:

Hotel p.P. / Night 80 €
Boatdive 25 €

Deadline for registration: 15. May 2023

Zoom info night: 14. May 2023 19Uhr

Requirements: GUE Fundamentals Tech or equivalent

Difficulty: medium / difficult

Getting there / accomodation:

It takes about 8 hours from Hamburg to Hel by car. We will meet at the divestation.

Accommodation is at a simple hotel, close to the diving base. Multi-bed room, breakfast included. Single room generally possible at a surcharge.

Depending on weather we’ll do 1-2 dives.
Please bring all you need for diving with you.

Nitrox or Trimix avaiable on surcharge / request.

Arrival is Thuraday, first dive on friday, last dive monday morning.

Minimum number of participants 4.

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