le cimentier porquerolles

Le Cimentier wreck

Diving site, Wreck in Hyères

  • A ship wreck for open water diver !

  • WRECK HISTORY…
    the Cimentier sinking origin is unclear. The most common case is the following : the German must have sink it voluntarily during World War II to brake the waves forming between north-west point of Porquerolles and the “Petit Langoustier” island on strong Mistral days. It’s one of the few ship wreck for open water divers and also it’s the perfect site to discover wreck dive. There is usually no current or swell due to the close location of Porquerolles island protecting the...
    WRECK HISTORY…
    the Cimentier sinking origin is unclear. The most common case is the following : the German must have sink it voluntarily during World War II to brake the waves forming between north-west point of Porquerolles and the “Petit Langoustier” island on strong Mistral days. It’s one of the few ship wreck for open water divers and also it’s the perfect site to discover wreck dive. There is usually no current or swell due to the close location of Porquerolles island protecting the dive site.

    THE FLORA AND FAUNA…
    Shoals of wrasses and damselfishes. Note that during spring numerous squids stay on the area.

    WE LOVE :
    - The wrasses
    - The squids

    TECHNICAL DETAILS :
    - Location : between Porquerolles and the “Petit Langoustier” islet, close to the “Jeaume-Garde” lighthouse
    - Level : Open Water
    - Dive : Easy
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  • All year
    Opened Everyday
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