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wreck sea diving

Dive safari in the Mediterranean: Split - Island Vis area In Septemper I joined a group on a technical wreck dive safari in Croatia. Boarding the MSY Bodul in the harbor of Trogir, which is next to Split. We dove mostly deep wrecks like the Ninucci...

Escort me on an underwater walk on the wreck of the um el Faroud, located in Malta. The Um El Faroud was an Libyan owned 10000 ton tanker, 115 meter long. It was sunken after an explosion during maintenance works off the south coast of Malta acting as...

100 th anniversary of sinking SMS TB 26 For the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the SMS TB 26 (Torpedoboot 26) we met us to commemorate the crew laying down a wreath onto the wreck. Thanks to Valentina und Davor and their team from Diving Center Shark and Franz Mittermayer...

Diving the beautiful area around Split on the MSY Bodul As every year, I was on the MSY Bodul safari-boat for a week of deep technical wreck diving. We started in Trogir harbor, looking forward to do some awful wreckdives. Because of the unstable weather situation, we...

Gozo, Malta and the best dive sites in the Mediterranean. As also last year, I spent some weeks diving on the Maltese islands. Malta is part of the European union (EU), situated 70 km south off Sicily (Italy) and one of the most safest countries in...

A dive trip to Medulin with friends from our local dive club STCA As most of my readers here know, I´m also a member of our local dive club STCA (Sporttauch Club Amstetten) for who I´ve organized this years dive trip. We went to Medulin, a nice...

Wreckdiving exploration at cove of Kotor to the steamcruiser SMS Kaiser Franz Josef I. After long time of planning, time came to go to Montenegro, exploring the historic wreck of the SMS Kaiser Franz Josef I. All dive equipment made ready and loaded into our cars on the afternoon, we started...