torpedo hit this ship during WW2; as a result it broke in
two and sank to the depth of 35mtrs, about 50mtrs apart. The
upper part is located 30mtrs deep with well preserved guns
and covered with multi coloured seaweed and inhabited by various
species of fish. The ship was thirty-five meters long.
in WW2, it was a supply ship. It rests in 30-36mtrs depths.
It is 40mtrs long by 8mtrs wide. The interior is home to various
species of fish and crustaceans.
was an English spy ship that sank during 1945. This wreck
can be found 30mtrs deep. It is 60mtrs long by 8mtrs wide.
The main mast will reveal it self about 17mtrs below surface,
it is covered with numerous snagged fishing nets which conceal
remaining weapons of the time with abundant seaweed and marine
a cargo ship that sank in 1947 with a cargo of cement in depth
of 28-40mtrs It is 120mtrs long by 13mtrs wide. It is dangerous
to dive in the interior. It is almost entirely covered with
marine growth and broken fishing nets.
is one of the most visible wrecks on the Istria'n coast. This
80mtrs by 11mtrs wide ship is still providing an awesome site
in the depth of 28-42mtrs. All around the wreck you can see
hand grenades, mines, and munition along various weaponry. It
provides home for abundant marine inhabitants with unequal beauty.
a cargo ship that was sunk for unknown reason during WW2 The
ship is 70mtrs long by 8mtrs wide in 30-40 metres depth. It
is covered with various types of barnacles. It provides an interesting
ship is the titanic of Adriatic for divers. It was a luxury
liner heading from Kotara to Trieste, carrying the families
of officers from kotara away from the war. On 13 August 1914
it hit a mine laid by its own navy ship and sank within 10 minutes
near the islands of Briun. There were few survivors due to the
number of women and children on board. The wreck rests in 28-42mtrs
of depth. It is a 82.3mtrs long by 11.9mtrs wide monument and
provides an unforgettable view .