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Diving Javea – IANTD Training Centre is the premier cave and technical diving training facility situated on the beautiful Costa Blanca coast midway between Alicante and Valencia. Diving Javea Tech offers you the option of courses from PADI TecRec,  IANTD, DSAT, TDI and is GUE friendly.
Our sole purpose and focus is your safety and providing quality of service on all our cave and technical courses as well as ensuring  your maximum enjoyment on a choice of diving expeditions to caves and wrecks.
We offer a variety of technical diving excursions to suit different levels of experience and can provide expert training for you whatever your level, from beginner looking for your first cave, cavern or deep diving experience through to seasoned technical diver veterans looking to explore the caves and wreck sites along the Javea coast line.

Please explore our website to learn more or if you would like to speak to us about your technical training requirements, we will be happy to assist you…

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Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 6:00AM
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Wreck Dives

During the World War I, the Mediterranean Sea was the scene of the actions of several German Submarines, especially the U-64 which patrolled the Spanish waters. The U-64, with Robert Morath as the Commander, sank an impressive 15,000 tons of ship as well as the battleship “Danton” between December 1917 to February 1918.

There are a number of local wrecks suitable for both tek training and tek exploration, and many more sites within a short drive at Villajoyosa where six of the ships sunk by U-64 can be found at various depths as follows;

OWASCO

An American ship with a length of 122m and beam of 14.5m -she was sunk on the 10th December 1917 while sailing between Norfolk and Genova carrying gasoline. She lies at 85m.

CRATHORNE

A Norwegian ship with a length of 91m and 12m beam. She was sunk in the 10th December 1917 while sailing between Baltimore and Genova carrying flour. She lies at 80m.

D.A. GORDON

An British ship with a length of 76m an 13m beam. SHe was sunk on the 11th December 1917 while sailing between Marsella and Melilla. She was not carrying a cargo and lies at 65m.

MINORCA

A British ship with a length of 68m and 11m beam. She was sunk on the 11th December 1917 while sailing between Genova and Cartegena. She was not carrying a cargo and lies at 80m.

PARTICIPATION

An Italian ship with a length of 91m and 12m beam. She was sunk on the 4th February 1918 while sailing between Sicily and Liverpool. She was carrying a cargo of oranges and lies at 68m.

CAPRERA

An Italian ship of 93m length and 11m beam. She was sunk on the 5th February 1918 while sailing between Genova and and Gibraltar. She was on a guard mission and lies in 72m of water.

There is also an additional wreck, the LONICA, an Italian ship sunk in unknown circumstances while on her way to Malaga carrying matting. She lies in 95m of water.

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