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50°36’0"N -0°58’35"E

The Cuba was a huge liner, some 150m long and weighing in at over 11K tons. When she was torpedoed in 1945, she was the largest U boat victim of 1945 and Berlin had already been conquered and this was one of the last losses of the war. Inspite of her size this two funnelled ship is unrecognizable where she lies in 32m of water. It is almost as if someone has taken all the rivets out of the ship and it has collapsed like a pack of cards. In spite of that it is a good dive and due to shifting sands it is never the same dive twice. There is plenty of marine life as well as artefacts, crockery and other items you would expect to find on a liner. She was sunk by the U-1195

More info; wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?529

More info; wikimapia.org/7807309/The-Cuba-Wreck

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