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 Le Togo

France, Mediterranean, Cavalaire Sainte Maxime

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 43° 10.071' N
Longitude: 6° 35.556' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

Port de Cavalaire où se trouve une très vaste mise à l'eau avec parking pour les voitures, les remorques doivent se ranger au stade qui est très près.
Endroit très pratique pour mettre à l'eau et charger le bateau!!

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

English (Translate this text in English): Togo can be reached from Cavalaire harbour. The wreck is near the Pointe Dubreuil.

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Ville de Valence

Average depth 45.0 m / 147.6 ft

Max depth 59 m / 193.6 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS *** / DiveMaster

Bio interest Outstanding

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Week crowd 

Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wreck
- Deep

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

Une des plus belles épaves de la Rivivera français. Ce cargo (76m de long) coulé sur une mine au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale (12 mai 1918), sa partie avant se trouve en position verticale à une profondeur de 45-55m. C'est une plongée difficile mais gratifiant (max. 15 minutes de temps de fond si vous plongez à l'air, et à environ 20 min. + Pour la montée des paliers de décompression). Pensez à utiliser de l'air enrichi pour la décompression.(Nitrox)


IMPORTANT: la poupe est 220m de distance (palier: 140 °) à une profondeur de 69m (Trimix fortement recommandé). Ne pas tenter de faire les deux épaves dans la même plongée, Si vous le faisiez vous risqueriez de manquer d'air, et donc faire face à des paliers de décompression extrêmes. Il suffit de faire les épaves en deux fois pour les voir correctement.

Cette épave est référencé sous SHOM18036011
Latitude: 43 °10'064N
Longitude: 06 ° 35'558E
Datum: WGS 84

Beaucoup de monde le week end surtout le matin, partez très tôt pour arriver avant les barges à plongeurs qui vont larguer 20 plongeurs en même temps
Très bonne ambiance entre clubs et plongeurs vous pouvez demander de descendre le long du mouillage d'un autre bateau cela se fait très cordialement
Deux bouées blanches balisent l'épave sur l'une il n'est pas autorisé de s'amarrer Les bouts sont relativement verticaux donc la descente est facile et rapide
Plongée à faire le matin Épave profonde mais relativement facile car vous arrivez sur le pont à 45m et la descente vers l'arrière à 58m est progressive donc on s'habitue à la profondeur
Très rarement du courant et si vous arrivez tôt peu à pas de vent

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

English (Translate this text in English): One of the most beautiful wrecks of the French rivivera. This cargo ship (76m long) sunk on a mine during WWI (12 May 1918), its front part lies upright at a depth of 45-55m. It is a difficult but rewarding dive (max. 15 minutes bottom time if you dive with air, and approx. 20 min for ascent+decompression stops). Consider using enriched air for decompression.

!!! PLAN YOUR DIVE !!!

IMPORTANT: the stern is 170m away (bearing: 140°) at a depth of 69m (Trimix highly recommended). DO NOT attemp to dive both during the same dive, as you would run out of air, and face extreme decompression stops. There is enough to see anyway on both parts of the wreck to make it worth (at least) a dive each.

This wreck is referenced under SHOM18036011
Lat: 43°10'124N
Long: 06°35'622E
Datum: EUR50

More informations available in the following book:

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Le Togo
Di duchono
giu 6, 8777
peknej vrak 1.svetova najel na minu -
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Le Togo
Di Miyaru
mag 4, 2016
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Le Togo
Di DenisT
giu 7, 2004
171 - 18 min de palier.
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Viaggio: Port-Cros- Voile/plongée
Di DenisT
Da giu 5, 2004 a giu 9, 2004

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