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Diving in Poland

Diving in Poland

Quick facts

  • To guarantee the best visibility, diving is recommended in early Spring through to early Autumn.
  • During the winter, ice diving is popular.

When to go

Rain and temperature

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Water temperature

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What to see

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Diving season:
March to October
Water temperature:
Winter 1C (34F)
Summer 15C (59F)
Air temperature:
Winter -1 (30F)
Summer 20c (68F)


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Poland is a country in Central Europe. Poland is bordered by Germany to the west; the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south; Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania to the east; and the Baltic Sea.

Getting there

Wreck diving is the main attraction. Dive boats take divers to diving sites in Zatoka Gdanska and in the area off Wladyslawowo, which is recommened for the best wrecks. The wrecks are, on average, at a depth of between 20 and 30 metres. However, you can also find easily penetrable ships lying at depths of 4 to 10 metres and more demanding, advanced-diver wrecks at 40-70 metres.

Some of the most interesting wrecks are Swanhild, Mount Vernon, Arngast, Kujawiak, Grozny, Gryf, Wicher, Abille, U 345.


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