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Alexandria Shipwreck
Alexandria Shipwreck

The Alexandria is an Egyptian wooden fishing boat that sank in 2006; one of the few wooden shipwrecks on the island.

The vessel sank perfectly onto the seabed where she continues to sit – just 200 metres from the world-famous Zenobia wreck - attracting shoals to the overgrowth that now embraces her. Turtles sometimes visit the reef and there have even been dolphin sightings.
Among the schools of fish that flourish at the wreck are barracuda, big grouper, jacks, kingfish, parrotfish and tuna. Brightly coloured sea slugs (flambelina and nudibranch) also favour the old wooden vessel.

The wreck’s depth and its small swim throughs make it suitable for technical diving, with the use of nitrox advised.

Location:Xylofagou, Larnaka Bay
Coordinates: 34° 53.49 N 33° 39.27E
Type of Dive Site: Wreck
Depth: 30 metres
Visibility: 20+ metres
Dimensions: 30 metres long / 9 metres wide
Access: By boat
Qualification Required: Advanced Open Water/ Boat Diver
Dive Category:Recreational and Technical Diving

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