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 L'Alfred Meyer

France, Aquitaine, Gironde coast

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Exact

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Latitude: 44° 23.267' N
Longitude: 1° 34.833' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

English (Translate this text in English): Out of Biscarosse coast. 23 nautical miles from Arcachon harbour.

Le Frigolin is a wreck located around the famous (ghosty) wrecks of the world war one convoy, far away out of Arachon, in front of Biscarosse. It is located into a military area (C.E.L., Centre d'essai des Landes). You have to check before to go that no weapon tests are schedduled. If so, the area is forbidden...

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Don't know

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Le Frigolin, Le Fridolin, Le Gauleiter Alfred Meyer

Average depth 55.0 m / 180.4 ft

Max depth 61.0 m / 200.1 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS *** / DiveMaster

Bio interest Poor

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English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

English (Translate this text in English): 60m long auxiliary Kringsmarine fishboat based at Saint Jean de Luz. It was sunk in 1943.

This is one of the accessible wrecks of the area, many others are deeper than 80-100m, so really hard to dive in !

The drag is 61m deep, main of the dive is around 55-58m. Most of time, you dive the rear of the wreck, but the poop is also impressive.

No current at this depth, but sometime a strong current for the deco.

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