We will swim and snorkel near Havana to find the remains of one of either this two ships, SS Olivette or City of Alexandria, both American ships that sank in the waters off Havana in an incredible, historic natural event.
Depending on the weather and the guests' skills, we will decide to go to one of them each time.
We will meet early in the morning in Old Havana. On the way to the beach, I will tell you the story of the century-old shipwreck.
AT THE BEACH, we will warm up with simple physical exercises and go over the safety rules. We will also check everybody's comfort with sea activities, as safety is an absolute priority. If needed, we will teach you basic breath-holding techniques.
We will swim 450 yards over the coral reef (SS Olivette) or 300 yards (City of Alexandria) until we get on top of the shipwreck. If we are lucky —and any seaman knows that luck is part of the game— we will find the remains of the ships. Normally, you can see the wreck perfectly from the water's surface.
The whole expedition might take two to three hours. Later, we can enjoy the beach while sharing stories about nice snorkeling adventures.
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