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.
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 the crews, but also revealed facts that were previously unknown.
Such flavours will probably further encourage wreck d iving 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.
The Soviet lighttorpedo boat type G-5 was developed in the late 1920s by General Andrei Tupolev, a well-known designer of passenger and bomber aircraft. It is not surprising, therefore, that both the design solutions and the materials used were taken from aircraft designs. This type of the ship was the most mass-produced Soviet small ship. In only 10 years, in the period from 1934 to 1944 as many as 200 such units were constructed.
The series consists of 8 episodes and is aired on Canal+. The third episode will be shown on Monday, the 4th of October, at 9.00 p.m. on the Canal+ Premium and Canal+ Premium HD channels. A repeat will be shown on the same day at 10 p.m. on Canal+ 1 and Canal+1 HD. A day later the episode will be broadcast on 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, 11 October, Canal+ will broadcast the fourth episode of the series “ Mystery Hunters of the Baltic”. This time Tomasz Stachura and the Baltictech group will investigate the wreck of the German submarine U-768, type VIIC. The U-boat sank on November 20, 1943, after a collision with another German submarine – U-745.
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 of the quarterly DIVERS24! The digital version of the magazine is available free of charge, while the printed version can be purchased from our sklepie internetowym</strong
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