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 Le Liban

France, Mediterranean, Marseille, Maire

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Exact

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Latitude: 43° 12.441' N
Longitude: 5° 20.249' E

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English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

Les ports de Marseille, mais le plus facile est celui de Pointe Rouge où les mises à l'eau sont vastes ( une intérieur près des magasins qui est protégée du vent et de la houle, l'autre extérieur plus exposée au ressac)
Le parking de la mise à l'eau extérieure est immense et pour le moment gratuit!!
Il est possible de laisser une partie du groupe et les affaires sur le quai de la calanque de Callelongue, mais il est pas possible de mettre à l'eau

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban wreck is very close the Farillons (SE of Maïre island). Acces from the Goudes harbour (1.5 miles) or Point-Rouge harbour (3.5 miles).

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 30.0 m / 98.4 ft

Max depth 36.0 m / 118.1 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Orientation
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

Il est possible de se mettre à l'abri du blockhaus, passer dans une arche rapidement et trouver après un plan incliné les premières tôles
Il est possible de mouiller dessus avec une sécurité de surface.
Paquebot qui à coulé suite à une fausse manœuvre le 7 juin 1903 soit plus d'un siècle!!! Il est encore en bon état on peut sans le moindre problème reconnaitre l'avant qui est près des Pharillons.
L'arrière et la chaudière sont visibles. Il est possible de rentrer dans les cales mais elles s'affaissent de plus en plus.
Mérous, congres, langoustes, murènes sont là à vous attendre généralement dans les tuyaux.
Un retour astucieux est de faire les paliers sur les arches

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

English (Translate this text in English): The Liban was a steamer from the Fraissinet company. It sunk june 7, 1903 (hooked on by the Insulaire boat). 90 people died.

The liban is broken into many parts, covering a large area of 100m by 20m.

Vessel size
- Length: 91m
- Width: 9m

After visiting the wreck, go east to the archs for safety stops.

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Le Liban
Obok Skydive
Jul 26, 2016
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Le Liban
Obok tbeuille
Sep 10, 2009
Vacances Marseille - " 4 beaux loups, 5 sars tambours, 3 mérous, une murène, ...une multitude de petits poissons... des bancs entiers.L'épave est superbe...énorme chaudière posée sur le coté. Au retour passage sou
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Le Liban
Obok chris
Jun 27, 2009
The Liban & the Farillons - With Christophe V. Medium viz and curent+ on surface. Did the wreck tour from thestern to the bow + rthe 3 arches of the farillons.
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Le Liban
Obok yfaure
Jun 27, 2009
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Le Liban
Obok lamooris@hotmail.com
Jul 24, 1998
carrez.e (vrak) -
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Podróż: Marseille 2009
Obok chris
Od Jun 25, 2009 do Jun 28, 2009
UCB1 Plongée dive trip at Marseille.
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Podróż: Marseille 2009
Obok yfaure
Od Jun 28, 2009 do Jun 25, 2009
Sortie Club UCB1 Plongée à Marseille
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Podróż: frankrijk marseille
Obok lamooris@hotmail.com
Od Jul 19, 1998 do Jul 24, 1998

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