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Baltictech continues search for new wrecks in the Baltic Sea

The Tri-city group of technical divers Baltictech once again set out to search and explore the Baltic wrecks. This time their target were waters north of Leba and once again they managed to find new, interesting positions. The Baltic Sea has been kind to us in recent days. We managed to spend as many as
Published: May 24, 2020 - 09:00
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 19:51
Baltictech continues search for new wrecks in the Baltic Sea

The Tri-city group of technical divers Baltictech once again set out to search and explore the Baltic wrecks. This time their target were waters north of Leba and once again they managed to find new, interesting positions.

The Baltic Sea has been kind to us in recent days. We managed to spend as many as 4 days in the sea, including an overnight stay and a beautiful sunset and sunrise. We searched further north of Łeba. Apparently a German Uboot – U983 – sank in this area as a result of a collision.

Posted by Baltictech on Sunday, May 24, 2020

Uboot was not present, so we dived on 2 new positions located during our April outings. Both quite far from here and a border clearance was necessary. Fortunately there was no quarantine ;).

Baltictech divers have probably also found a WWII-era vessel. The wreck is located north of Władysławowo at a fairly moderate depth of just over 60 metres.

The first of the verified positions is probably a sea pontoon with a crane, lying upside down on the bottom. The second wreck is probably the German steamer Agnes, whose location has been unknown to us so far. The wreck lies 20 miles north of Władysławowo at a depth of 62 metres. The ship had coal as cargo, and now that coal covers almost the whole wreck, so you dive like on a huge heap near a Silesian mine. Unfortunately, there is not much sticking out from under the coal, but it is worth seeing. On Saturday the weather allowed to do some more diving near Leba and new faces appeared on Enduro ???? #DiveUp

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Soon we will probably be able to find out more about the positions tracked and explored by the group in the past weeks.

Source Baltictech

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Editor-in-chief of the DIVERS24 portal and magazine. Responsible for obtaining, translating and developing content. He also supervises all publications. Achived his first diving certification – P1 CMAS, in 2000. Has a degree in journalism and social communication. In the diving industry since 2008.
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