The production Łowcy tajem nic Bałtyku is a continuation of the well-received series Tajemnice wreków Bałtyku. In the new production Tomasz Stachura and a group of Baltictech divers explore and research the history of subsequent wrecks from the Polish part of the Baltic Sea. After the wrecks the destroyer ORP Wicher, tanker Terratorpedo boat Tupolev G5 i U-boat U-768, it is time for a new discovery.
Each episode of the series takes a closer look at one vessel whose wreck rests on the bottom Baltic Sea. During the implementation of the individual episodes, the group Baltictech has reached new and previously unknown information. This has not only provided a more complete picture of the units in question and the fate of the crews, but also revealed facts that were previously unknown.
Certainly, such flavours will further encourage wreck diving enthusiasts to watch the Baltic Mystery Hunters series. On the other hand, it is such a unique production that true wreck diving enthusiasts do not need to be persuaded additionally.
Undoubtedly, a new wreck always raises a lot of emotions and interest. Even more so if the discovery is made in well-known waters of the Gulf of Gdansk. Just such a smile of fate met the members of the Baltictech group while making material for the series “Łowcy tajemnic Bałtyki”. You can find out more about their discovery in the fifth, latest episode of the series.
The series consists of 8 episodes and is aired on Canal+. The fourth episode will be shown on Monday, the 11th of October, at 9.00 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 the Canal+ 1 and Canal+1 HD channels. A day later, the episode will hit the Canal+ online platform and will be available in the VOD system. The second episode of the series will also be available on Saturday, 2 October. At 20.00 the station will broadcast it on the Canal+ Dokumentacja channel.
On Monday, 25 October, the Canal+ station will broadcast the sixth episode of the series Łowcy tajemnic Bałtyku (Mystery Hunters of the Baltic Sea). This time Tomasz Stachura and the Baltictech group will investigate the wreck of the Flugssicherungsschiff Boelcke – a floating workshop for Luftwaffe seaplanes. The vessel was built in December 1942 at the Hamburg shipyard Norderwerft Koser & Meyer. The Boelcke went down on 17 April 1945 as a result of being hit by a bomb during an air raid. The 20 sailors who were on board the vessel died at the time.
Will a thorough exploration of the wreckage of the SS Karlsruhe reveal what the Germans were trying to export on the last transport from besieged Königsberg? You will read more in the 15th issue DIVERS24 quarterly! The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge, while the printed version can be purchased in our online shop.
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