This package will enable you to dive on locations in Šibenik archipelago including the shipwreck near island of Žirje and “Francesca da Rimini” shipwreck near island of Kaprije. You will be accommodate at Hotel Maestral on the island of Prvić from where diving boat will pick you up in the morning and drop you off after your dive . You will also visit an unique exhibition at Biograd Museum where results of many years of archeological research of 16th century shipwreck near the islet of Gnalić are on display.
Package Includes (per person):
- 1 x CHECK DIVE (1 dive with instructor, boat dive, skills update)
- 5 x SCUBA DIVES
- 1 x visit to the exhibition of 16th century ship wreck at Biograd Museum
- Accommodation in double or twin room at Hotel Maestral in Prvić Luka
- Half board
- Tourist Tax
Diving Center Vodice Dive: One of the best known Diving center in Dalmatia provides a full range of profesional quality, diving services and products for divers and potentional divers safetly and comfortably in a friendly environment, at a fair price. General manager is Stipica Birin-scuba dive leader ADRIA (Adriatic Diving Recreational Instructor Association). Centre is equiped with state of the art profesional equipment: Mares, Sepadiver and Coltri sub, 2 air compresor-Bauer KA 15-15 EH 440 l, Coltri MCH 16 268 l and 10 m diving boat
Hotel Maestral: Small family owned hotel on the seafront of Prvić Luka , one of two villages of car free island Prvić. Located in the former old school house building Hotel provides full comfort in 16 modern rooms, air-conditioned in summer and heated in winter. Hotel’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner at the terrace by the sea prepared , with fresh ingredients from local suppliers, by our award winning chef.
Biograd Museum : A sunken ship with mercantile cargo was discovered at the islet of Gnalić, south of Biograd, in the 1960s. The shipwreck occurred in 1583. On display at Biograd museum you can see objects found in the wreckage belonging to the ship’s equipment and inventory (cannons, anchors, cordage, maritime compass, etc.) and cargo, which consisted of finished products (candelabras, textiles, glass containers, window panes and mirrors, thimbles, pins, razors, eyeglasses, etc.), semi-products and raw materials (brass sheets and wires, galvanized sheeting, tin, white lead, cinnabar, etc.).