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Anyone dived the Don Pedro (Ibiza)?

Discussion in 'Diving Trips and Locations' started by Alex Denny, Sep 9, 2017.

  1. Alex Denny

    Alex Denny Active Member

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    Had some fantastic dives on the Zenobia this week, and the Don Pedro was mentioned as another good dive in the med, but a shorter flight (the only problem might be an Ibiza party crowd heading out there).

    Anyone done it? Worth a go? What depth is sensible to head for? Is it for techies or can I take the wife? (She is fine to 35m ish)
     
  2. Big Joe

    Big Joe Active Member

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    Not been to Ibizia, but I know the Zenobia well. Roll on October.
     
  3. sam51

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    hi done the don pedro a couple of years ago, imho, i wouldn't do it again, not a particular
    good wreck, not many fish there, as the med is a bit baron, don pedro is around 38 to 42 metres.
    i only did it for my deep dive course, dived with punto dive, if you stay that side of the island
    it opposite to the club 18 to 30 , lot, but ibiza is a nice island.
     
  4. Alex Denny

    Alex Denny Active Member

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    Thanks Sam. So might be worth doing if I happen to be there, but not worth the trip for the wreck alone? I'll probably stick to Malta then!
     

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