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Cyprus

Everything underwater centers around the massive structure of the Zenobia, considered the Mediterranean's best wreck dive. People travel from around the world to explore this massive, 165-meter/584-foot RoRo (roll on, roll off) Ferry, which sank during its maiden voyage. It sank due to a faulty computer program that pumped water into the ship instead of out of it. It sank with more than 100 trucks on-board in 42 meters/140 feet of water.

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Greece

More than 1,400 islands, known throughout the world for their beauty and culture, make up this water-bound nation. Historical and archeological sites abound. Nightlife rules some islands, while butterflies and romance rule others. And diving has seen a steep rise lately, since the government lifted restrictions and opened up previously forbidden (for archeological reasons) regions. So, the world is just now discovering the wrecks and underwater treasures that have been kept gift wrapped in the cellophane clear waters for decades.

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Malta and Gozo

These two small islands in the southern Mediterranean are wrapped in the regions' warmest and clearest waters, and is one of the few European destinations where warm water diving is possible year-round. A strong and enticing mix of intact, penetrable wrecks, marine life, caverns and flourishing drop-offs will keep the 50+ dive sites that ring these islands at the top of the mind for European divers.

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Red Sea

These two small islands in the southern Mediterranean are wrapped in the regions' warmest and clearest waters, and is one of the few European destinations where warm water diving is possible year-round. A strong and enticing mix of intact, penetrable wrecks, marine life, caverns and flourishing drop-offs will keep the 50+ dive sites that ring these islands at the top of the mind for European divers.

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Turkey

The nooks and folds that make up the Turkish coastline make Turkey an ideal dive and sail destination, especially for families or divers just embarking upon their lifetime dive journey. The main season runs from April to November, and the underwater scenery includes caverns, walls and both modern and historical wrecks, as well as a number of shallow reef areas

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