We’re always on the lookout for unusual dive sites around the world and here is one we found in Lanzarote which we are sure will become a popular dive for experienced scuba divers and tourists.
Underwater sculptor, Jason deCaires Taylor, gives some insight into his underwater museum, Museo Atlantico, that was placed off the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands one year ago. The sculptor garden of approximately 200 human forms is placed 46-feet underwater. The pieces represent the European migrant crisis among other current subjects.
Certainly the most pronounced piece is the almost 100-foot long concrete fence that represents climate change and is titled Rubicon which means the point of no return.
Watch the full video here. A tour of Jason deCaires Taylor’s Canary Island museum
Museo Atlantico Videos
In the videos below you get an idea of the size and scope of these stunning sculptures and I’m sure they’ll make a fascinating dive when you are in this region.
In this video you get to see how the sculptures where put together …