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Diving S pots in THE SOUTH FUNEN ARCHIPELAGO THERE ARE NO FEWER THAN 22 DIVING SPOTS ACROSS THE ARCHIPELAGO, SPANNING FASCINATING WRECK AND SCENIC DIVES AND CHALLENGING DRIFT DIVES. THE M/F ÆRØSUND FERRY One of the most spectacular diving spots in the archipelago is the old ferry M/F Ærøsund, DOWN which operated DOWN the crossing between Svendborg and Ærøskøbing for 40 years. Now the ferry is lying DOWN on the seabed, 20 metres below the surface, o the coast of South DOWN Funen. It is quickly turning into one of Denmark’s most interesting artificial reefs. This amazing diving spot has made the South Funen Archipelago an DOWN attractive destination UP UP for divers. If you want to explore M/F Ærøsund and the sea life surrounding the wreck, the boat ramp at Rantzausminde Marina can Exit serve as your starting point. When you arrive at the diving spot, you can anchor your boat to the two yellow anchor buoys attached to the stern and bow of the wreck. The top of the wreck (the funnel) is only six metres below the surface, making it an interesting spot for free divers as well as scuba divers. Find the wreck at GPS 55.0350000, 10.4566670 UP UP DOWN DOWN UP UP UP UP DOWN Styrbord / Starboard Brodæk / Bridge deck Vingedæk / Wing deck Vogndæk / Car deck Tanktopdæk / Tank top deck GERMAN TORPEDO BOATS Four German torpedo boats, scuttled by the Germans themselves in May 1945, are located at the bottom of the sea just o the coast of Valdemars Castle on Tåsinge. Interesting details are visible at the wrecks, including hatches, engine parts, railings, and torpedo tubes. All four wrecks are located within one square kilometre, at a maximum depth of 10 metres, making the site suitable for all divers. The wrecks are easily reached by boat, and the diving spot is reasonably protected from strong winds. Find the wrecks at GPS 55.013170, 10.694020 FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DIVING SPOTS, AIR FILLING STATIONS, BOAT RENTAL AND ACCOMMODATION AT WW.DYK-SYDFYN.DK 52 Outdor Experiences


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