Europe

Diving in Germany

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Europe

Diving in Germany

3

Businesses

36

Regions

172

Dive Spots

627

Dive logs

Introducing Germany

When you think of Germany, scuba diving is most likely not what comes to mind. But even in this nearly land-locked country, you can sink deep in to crystal clear Alpine lakes or take the plunge into the Baltic Sea for the astounding ship wrecks. You may require a drysuit, as the water temperature can drop to 7 degrees in winter, peaking around 15 degrees in summer.

What to Expect When Diving in Germany

Coral Reef
Wreck
Wall
Muck
Artificial Reef
Cenote & Blue hole
Mines & Quarry
Aquarium
Cave
Ruins
Lake & Dam
Channel
Altitude
Kelp
Ice

Travel Tips

When to dive

June to September

Climate

Temperate

Language

German, English

Health and Safety

Every town has an emergency medical service which can provide treatment at night and at weekends. Ongoing threat of terrorism across Europe, including in Germany. There is also a threat from domestic-based extremists.

Be Aware

Saying "Happy birthday" to a German in advance, even just a few minutes before the actual date, can lead to angry stares and insults. For most Germans, a premature birthday wish means bad luck.

Costs

$123 is the average daily price for traveling in Germany. The average price of food for one day is $33. The average price of a hotel for a couple is $123. 1 day/2 dives will cost $120 at least.

Your Dive Experts in Germany

Germany - Offenbach am Main
VDST
Germany - Schwentinental
IDA Worldwide
Germany - Zwingenberg
DIWA International

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