January 31 – February 02, 2025

The mixture of high demand and the best visibility within the cold season means that we head to beautiful Neubrandenburg once again.

The torpedo testing facility built during the Second World War and the associated installations are the focus, but smaller wrecks also offer a worthwhile target.

The remains of the blasted TVA will be our main target. The maximum depth here is 15m, the target observation platforms and the remaining test torpedoes will also be dived. These are at a depth of 25m.

The shallow remains of the TVA with their confusing, huge pieces of debris are at least as attractive as the torpedoes stuck in the mystical darkness of the sand at the bottom. Good buoyancy control and a careful eye are necessary to maintain good visibility and not risk a hole in your dry suit. There are steel reinforcements in many places, some of which are quite sharp.

We spend the night again in the nearby hostel and take two small boats to the dive sites. Air can be filled on site.

Number of participants (available / min / registered): 9 / 4 / 0

Guide: Thomas

Costs: 299€

Included in the price:

Planning, organisation and tour guide
2 nights in a double room (single rooms available on demand) without breakfast
dive station fee
Boat trip incl. 4 dives

Exclusive of

catering
required gas

Deadline for registration: January 20, 2025

info night: January 26, 2025 19.00

Requirements: independent and autonomous diving in a buddy team, dry suit diving recommended

Difficulty: easy / medium

Getting there / accomodation:

It takes about 3 hrs by car from Hamburg to Neubrandenburg.

Accommodation is at a simple hotel, close to the diving base. Multi-bed room, breakfast not 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. The dive base locally only fills air! 

Arrival is Friday night, departure for first dive 9 a.m. Saturday. 

Minimum number of participants: 4

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