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Our offer is based on whole-day trips with picnic for divers and their companions and it is adjusted to clients We are in contact with our local partner: Diving center from Dubrovnik Don't hesitate to contact us for any information or advice. We are located on the Dubrovnik Riviera in the idyllic village of Mlini, seven kilometers south of Dubrovnik, and close to Dubrovnik International Airport. The beautiful town of Cavtat is not far away. Airline connections to the airport can be made from many European cities at very reasonable rates. Visitors who wish to travel by car or bus can use the new highway to Vrgorac, and then access the "Magistrala" south to Dubrovnik. There are regular passenger and car ferries to and from many Italian ports on the Adriatic coast. Our large vessel "Srebrno" is a 19 m long, 6.5 m wide catamaran comfortably accommodating up to 30 divers. Additional family, guests and skin divers alike. Apart from the steering and navigation equipment, on board we have a large dive platform with two easy access entry points, a toilet, kitchen with covered dining tables and an upper sun deck capable of accommodating many people in comfort. The total surface on board is 120 sq m. It is spacious and the uncluttered deck offers special facilities for divers using wheelchairs. DUBROVNIK-DIVING AQUARIUS can provide all the necessary dive equipment needed for your dive experience. All dive equipment can be rented privately for your own dive excursions. DUBROVNIK-DIVING AQUARIUS is situated close to a variety of attractive diving locations suitable for beginners and experienced divers alike. The water clarity is superb due to the rocky coast and deep waters. The 60 m long Italian shipwreck "Taranto," built in Rotterdam in 1899, is lying on the bottom at 22-54 m depth. In trying to escape an English submarine in 1943, the boat collided with a sea mine, foundered and sank. The 150 m long Italian supply vessel "Columbia," bombed by the RAF in World War II, is lying on the bottom below the coast of Konavli. The boat is superbly preserved and is lying in the water at a depth of 57-85 m. Near the diving centre there is a smaller 15 m long iron fishing boat lying at a depth of 35-40 m. You can also dive across many walls, which fall up to 100 m in depth. One of these walls is the outer side of St. Andrija Island, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful sea walls in the Adriatic Sea. There you will find beautiful red corals, gorgonians and many varieties of fish. Local areas of the Adriatic Sea coast also offer sea cave diving, and are famous for shipwrecks dating to antiquity, with more than 1800 amphora in 25-30 m water depth. Some of the amphoras are dated 2-3 centuries before Christ. Other locations offer wreck dives where giant ceramic dishes are found at 30 m of water depth. Some of the dishes ("pithos") are up to 2 m across and belong to one of the most rare of wrecks found anywhere in the Mediterranean. For the underwater photographers, as well as the earlier described sites we frequently encounter unique sea life, such as the sunfish and sea turtles, which often surface and provide you the opportunity for some unforgettable images.