Well, no comments – instead of 1st time and short Makro test. Quite difficult to implement and we’re thinking about continuing this test …
Less colorful but perhaps even more atmospheric – scuba diving in autumn! Air temperature of ~2 degrees Celsius and water temperatures of 13 degrees makes it smoking.
This is the second video and third chapter of our #fourdivingseasons.
What can make a small lake with a maximum depth of 8 meters, a length of little over 200 Meters and a width of 100 meters so attractive for scuba divers?
Well, the Echinger Weiher is a (well known) and very beautiful place for scuba divers in the north of Munich, Germany. Furthermore you have to do a reservation and the water is always cold – even in hottest summer time rarely above 13° Celcius – but it is worth it!
Scuba diving in Germany, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: There are more lakes than you ever can dive and from discovering unknown wrecks to big catfishes – everything is possible.
More than 1000 lakes in this area and around 70 lakes around the “Feldberger Seenlandschaft” – we’ve visited just three of them but now we’re fans
It is both – famous and notorious. One of the deepest man made lake in the southwest of Germany. Very often it is offering very good visibility which makes it a well known diving site not only in this region. And especially technical divers like it: Matschelsee. Unfortunately this lake is highly frequented by scuba divers – und thus is is very useful that you have to sign in from the following web site to get a permission to do so: Tauchclub Offenburg.
In this first video we are just at the head:
This video will give you wrong impressions! Well, lets say it that way: a dive there was not as good as its appearing in the video. In the end it was quite muddy, visibility of just 1 meter and after more than one hour very “boring”.