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Admiral ship Vis

Depth 20-34 m Entrace fee 20,00 € “Vis” was built in 1953 in the shipyard Uljanik, the lenght is 58 m, and the width is 8,5 m. The hull is made of steel, while the deck of aluminum and coated with up to six inches thick teak. The ship has two machine of a thousand horsepower, which allow a maximum ...

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SMS Szent István

SMS Szent István was a Tegetthoff-class dreadnought of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, the only one built in the Hungarian part of Austria-Hungary. The Ganz & Company’s Danubius Yard in Hungarian-owned Fiume (current-day Rijeka) was awarded the contract to build the battleship in return for the Hungarian government agreeing to the 1910 and 1911 naval budgets. She was named after Hungary’s first ...

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Giuseppe Dezza – Wreck Diving Position

Type: Escort destroyer (torpedo boat) Name: TA 35 (ex Giuseppe Dezza, ex Pilade Bronzetti) Affiliation: German Navy Dimensions: l=73 m; w=7,33 m; Sunk: Cause: Underwater mine Historical importance: Yes Location: Near Fažana Channel Difficulty to locate: Difficult to find – help of instruments (GPS) Maximum depth: 30 m Minimum depth: 22 m Current: 3 moderate Access: 2 Access is possible ...

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John Gilmore – Wreck Diving Position

Distance – 15 Nm Depth – 44 m Description – wreck diving, diving from the boat Categories – **/AOWD and more The History And Sinking of the “John Gilmore” John Gilmore – Wreck Diving Position Istria CroatiaVery little is known about the sinking of the “John Gilmore”, not even the name of the ship that is one of the more ...

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Baron Gautsch – Wreck Diving Position

Type: Passenger steamship Name: Baron Gautsch Affiliation: Austro-Hungary Lloyd Company Dimensions: l=84,5 m; w=11,64 m; 2069 GRT; 861 NRT Sunk: 13th August 1914. Cause: Underwater mine Historical importance: Yes. The locality is protected. Diving is allowed only through authorised diving centers. Location: W of the Brijuni Islands Difficulty to locate: The location is in the open Sea – help of ...

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Varese – Wreck Diving Position

Distance – 13,5 Nm Depth – 42 m Description – wreck diving, diving from the boat Categories – **/AOWD and more The History And Sinking Of The “Varese” Varese Wreck Diving Istria CroatiaThe merchant steamship “Varese” was built at the Humphrys & Pearson Shipyard in Hull, United Kingdom in 1871 and was owned by Bailey & Leetham Shipping Company. In ...

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Josephine – Wreck Diving Position

Distance – 14 Nm Depth – 45 m Description – wreck, diving from the boat Categories – **/AOWD and more The History And Sinking of The “Josephine” The “Josephine” was built in 1868 in Szczecin, Poland which was named Stettin at that time and was part of the Prussian Kingdom. The Steamship was first named “SS Sultan”, later “Deutscher Kaiser” ...

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MTB 655 – Wreck Diving Position

Distance – 10 Nm Depth – 50 m Description – wreck, diving from the boat Categories – **/AOWD and more History And Sinking Of The Torpedo Boat HMS MTB 655 MTB 655 – Wreck Diving Position Istria CroatiaThe 45 meter long and 8,43 meter wide British Royal Navy Torpedo Boat MTB 655 was built in Littlehampton, Sussex at the William ...

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Argo – Wreck Diving Position

Distance – 12 Nm Depth – 49 m Description – wreck, diving from the boat Categories – **/AOWD and more The History And Sinking Of The “Argo” ArgoArgo – The Argo was built in 1942 at the G.T. Davie & Sons shipyard in Lauzon, Quebec, Canada. It served as the HMS “Flint” in the British Royal Navy as a minesweeper. ...

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Tübingen – Wreck Diving Position

Nationality: german Purpose: transport Type: passenger ship Propulsion: steam Date built: 1922 Tonnage: 3509 grt Dimensions : 102.5 x 13.63 x 6.6 m Material: steel Engine: One 3cyl. Triple expansion engine, 1 shaft, 4 boilers Armament: none Power: 5200 h.p. (rhp) Speed: 17.5 knots Cause lost: air raid Date lost: 18/11/1944 The History And Sinking Of The “Tübingen” The “Tübingen” ...

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