For this week’s blog, I am going to take you underwater, for a deep dive to almost 40 m. As a dive instructor, I have taken many divers down below the surface to discover the wonders of this blue planet. Although I have enjoyed almost all of them, for me there is nothing like diving with your family. Today I will be diving with my daughter Matilda. It’s her first dive below 30 m, so she is very excited! It is a perfect day to dive, light southerly wind, sunny, blue skies and calm sea! All this promotes excellent visibility!
And if that’s not enough, this deep dive will be centred around a wreck with a mysterious history!! This wreck is called the Andrea Ferrara, an old wooden trawler approximately 25 m in length, and in her heyday used to float around Puerto Pollensa bay. Approximately 15 years ago, she totally disappeared from these beautiful waters. Two years ago some local divers performing their exploratory dives found her at the bottom of the sea, right slap bang in the middle of the bay in very good condition, but this time surrounded by thousands of fish and covered in underwater flora. To this day nobody really knows what happened to the “Andrea Ferrara”!
I hope you enjoy diving deep down with us. Personally, I love diving and snorkelling so much that I am going to keep visiting the underwater world for as long as possible, at least till my 100th birthday or more.
Thanks for watching, take care my friends.
Until next week.
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