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#17378
Something for World War II Buffs
LatitudeAdjustment - 4/12/2021 9:21 AM
Category: General
Replies: 3

As far as WW2 wreckage is concerned, the Mediterranean is a treasure trove. Greece’s Ministry of Culture & Sport has just announced the opening of 91 listed ship and aircraft wrecks to recreational divers, with more on the way. The majority are deeper than 100-feet, with a preponderance of German JU88 bombers among British and Italian warplanes. Divernet.com via Undercurrent

For those of you who haven’t dove the Med my biggest surprise was you may need a drysuit for deep dives. I had only packed a 3 mil and the rest of the group was in 7 mil or dry :( Unlike California or NJ I was able to warm up during the surface interval :)
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DiverfromBaskingRidge - 4/12/2021 2:26 PM
Or just dive off of Block Island for the last German submarine U853 sunk in WWII and in US recreational depth waters. It is a lot closer and you can drop into the sub in front of the conning tower with the periscope still on... :)
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Smithsgold - 4/24/2021 12:01 PM
Cool !!!!!!