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Mystery hunters of the Baltic Sea - first episode premiered today - video

On Monday, 20 September, the Canal+ station will broadcast the first episode of a new series Mystery Hunters of the Baltic. The production is a continuation of the well-received series Mysteries of the Baltic Wrecks. No doubt we have good news for all lovers of the Baltic Sea and the wrecks and stories associated with
Published: September 20, 2021 - 09:00
Updated: July 22, 2023 - 23:17
Mystery hunters of the Baltic Sea – first episode premiered today – video

On Monday, 20 September, the Canal+ station will broadcast the first episode of a new series Mystery Hunters of the Baltic. The production is a continuation of the well-received series Mysteries of the Baltic Wrecks.

No doubt we have good news for all lovers of the Baltic Sea and the wrecks and stories associated with them. After the very big success of the series Mysteries of the Baltic wrecks of 2018, we lived to see the continuation. The second installment of the series due to legal issues was made under a new title – Mystery Hunters of the Baltic Sea and this is not the only change.

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Mystery hunters of the Baltic - making of the series
Baltictech Group during the shooting of the Baltic Mystery Hunters series

It is certainly worth noting that the role of the Baltictech group has changed somewhat. In the new series Tomasz Stachura plays the role of the leader, while the group, apart from diving tasks, also investigates the history of all wrecks. Interestingly, from the information I have received from Tomasz Stachura, it appears that in several cases this history happens literally in front of the camera lens.

During the course of the individual episodes, the Baltictech group came across new and previously unknown information. This not only provided a more complete picture of the vessels in question and the fates of their crews, but also revealed facts that were previously unknown.

Such flavours will probably further encourage wreck diving enthusiasts to watch the Baltic Mystery Hunters series. On the other hand, it is such a unique production that true enthusiasts do not need additional persuasion.

ORP Wicher

The new series begins with an episode devoted to The wreck of the Polish warship ORP Wicher. The destroyer was the first modern ship of the Polish Navy of the Second Republic. Although there is not much left of the wreck today and in terms of diving the Wicher is not a challenge, there are a few reasons why it is worth sitting in front of the screen.

The first is certainly the very interesting history of the vessel. The opportunity to learn about her fate from the beginning until the sinking on 3 September 1939. Another reason is the pictures that were recorded during the making of the episode. The Baltictech divers were exceptionally lucky and during their work the visibility was 25 m! This allowed them to create beautiful material, which was included in the premiere episode of The Baltic Mystery Hunter.

The series ‘Mystery Hunters of the Baltic Sea ‘ consists of 8 episodes and will be aired on Canal+. The first episode will be broadcast on Monday, the 20th of September, at 9 p. m. on the Canal+ Premium and Canal+ Premium HD channels. A repeat performance will be shown on the same day at 10 p.m. on Canal+ 1. A day later, the episode will hit the Canal+ online platform and will be available in the VOD system. The next chance to see the episode starting the new series will be on Saturday, the 25th of September. At 20.00 the film will be broadcast on the Canal+ Discovery channel.

On Monday, 27 September, the Canal+ channel will broadcast the second episode of the series Łowcy tajemnic Bałtyku (Mystery Hunters of the Baltic Sea). This time Tomasz Stachura and the Baltictech group will focus their activities on the wreck of a German vessel M/T Terra. The 74 m long Kriegsmarine tanker went down on 13 October 1944 after being hit with 2 torpedoes by a Soviet submarine Lembit.

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Tomasz Andrukajtis
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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