Sharm El Sheikh - Egypt
Trio Tech - HMS Victoria - Lebanon
Lebanon has many shipwrecks but none as famous as the HMS Victoria, which was the flagship of Queen Victoria's Mediterranean fleet. The wreck was discovered by Mark Ellyatt and Christian Francis and their team in 2004. The ship sank on the 22nd June 1893 and 358 of her crew including Admiral Tryon were lost to the sea. The ship stands vertical with the shallowest parts at 77 meters and the bow at more than 140 meters.
We are currently making arrangements for a trip to Lebanon to dive around the protected HMS Victoria. Further details of this trip will be provided shortly, but in the meantime, if you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
HMS Victoria minutes before the end.
Diver free swimming between the propeller support
We now have dates available for June and July out of Brighton, Eastbourne, Littlehampton and Weymouth. The trip usually consists of a wreck dive followed by a drift dive.
Tango Of Weymouth
JUNE Weymouth:- Monday 4th June, Tuesday 5th June
JULY Weymouth:- Monday 2nd July
Channel Diver Brighton
JUNE Brighton:- Friday 1st June, Monday 4th June, Tuesday 5th June, Wednesday 6th June, Friday 8th June, Thursday 21st June, Friday 22nd June, Monday 25th June, Friday 29th June
JUNE Eastbourne:- Monday 18th June, Tuesday 19th June, Wednesday 20th June,
JULY Brighton:- Monday 2nd July, Tuesday 3rd July, Wednesday 4th July, Thursday 5th July, Friday 6th July
JULY Brighton:- Monday 9th July, Friday 14th July, Monday 16th July, Tuesday 17th July, Thursday 19th July, Friday 20th July, Monday 23rd July, Tuesday 24th July
Trips to Stoney Cove are run on the first Tuesday of every month. (We will also be visiting Stoney Cove on Tuesday 12th June).
If you would like to book a place on one of our trips, or require more information, please e-mail or call us on 01375 393839 / 07860 776303 and speak to Tony or Nicky.