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”.
The first Dive this year – also our first dive in the eastern part of Lake Constance which has a quite different character compared to the area next to Überlingen -> soft heaps instead of a drop off.
This was a quest for a not very well known wreck at a depth of approx. 35 meters… near the city of Kressbronn / Gohren.
At a depth of 5 meters we felt like inside of a soft drink bottle -> a lot of bubbles comming out of the ground …
Last week in the Lake Constance near the city of Meersburg: We’ve been able to add some ‘takes’ to our last video about this very rich dive site.
And even now there is much more to discover… But to visit these sights we would have to upgrade our diving skill to a tek level
This is our last video at the French Riviera for now. Here we visited the national park of Port-Cros and the underwater landscapes of the Cap Ladier, Cap Taillat, and Cap Camerat. A great finish of the #scubazur tour: