The Pharses II Shipwreck is an open two door merchant ship which sank near the Limassol Port during a storm in 1980.

It remains intact about 21 metres below the sea surface on its right hand side.

Access to the shipwreck is only available by another vessel.

Entry into the thousand tonne ship is only allowed under strict surveillance. This diving experience may offer many chances to admire the underwater sea life.

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