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Baltictech Group on the trail of wrecks again!

Listen to this article The Tri-city group of wreck divers, Baltictech, reported on their recent explorations, during which they investigated positions given to them by fishermen and third parties. Despite restrictions related to the prevailing pandemic, the team managed to check some of the positions and find several interesting wrecks. Although the search was not
Published: April 25, 2020 - 10:30
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 19:37
Baltictech Group on the trail of wrecks again!
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The Tri-city group of wreck divers, Baltictech, reported on their recent explorations, during which they investigated positions given to them by fishermen and third parties. Despite restrictions related to the prevailing pandemic, the team managed to check some of the positions and find several interesting wrecks.

Although the search was not as extensive as the subsequent SANTI Finding Eagle expeditions, it was still a valuable experience and an opportunity to test the new equipment in practice.

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“Unfortunately in viral times we have had to severely narrow down the number of people on board the Enduro, but even with this reduced line-up we have managed to find a couple of new wrecks. We are currently testing the multibeam and ROV. These devices are much weaker than the fully professional equipment we use, for example during the search for the Eagle, but they still have a lot of potential and, as it turned out, they make our search much easier and faster.

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We have spent the last two days searching and checking the positions we received from fishermen and…

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During the search, Baltictech members managed to check several dozen positions, located at very different depths. As they themselves admit in their published announcement, some of them look very promising and augur well for future dives.

“Over the last 2 days we have sailed 150 nautical miles, checked over 20 points and managed to find 9 new wrecks in depths of 18-90m! Some of them look very promising and whenever possible we will sail next time for dives.”

Source: Baltictech

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