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Groźny is a boat accessible salt water dive site, located in Poland. The maximum depth is 61-70ft/19-21m. The average visibility is 16-20ft/5-6m.

54°40.553’N (54°40’33"N)
18°40.892’E (18°40’53"E)

The wreck of the 164’ Groźny lies on the seabed at 18.5 meters, with the shallowest section at 10 meters. She was originally built as a warship by the Soviets, until she was taken and used as an anti-submarine vessel by the Polish People’s Republic Navy from 1957-1971. The Groźny was then deliberately sunk as a military divers training site. She has a well-preserved 52-meter long hull and superstructure and sits upright at a slight tilt. Divers can see into the engine room and swim through a narrow corridor. Good for intermediate level divers.

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