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Friday, 11 June 2010 11:42

Shipwreck Cala Luna

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At a depth of 33 metres at the helm of the “Nasello”, an Italian cargo ship, which was bombed in 1943.

The steam propulsion, the helm and a big bronze screw propeller are still intact.

At a depth of 33 metres at the helm of the “Nasello”, an Italian cargo ship, which was bombed in 1943.

The steam propulsion, the helm and a big bronze screw propeller are still intact.

Average depth: 30 metres

Maximum depth you can reach: 33 metres

Difficulty level: medium

Distance from Cala Gonone: 3.5 miles south of Cala Gonone

This is what you can see: a 50 metres long Italian cargo ship, which was bombed and sinked in June 1943. It lies on the sandy sea bottom, which is covered with Mediterranean tapeweed. It is broken into two pieces and careened. You can visit the prow and the central part where you can see the steam propulsion, the helm and the big bronze screw.

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Additional Info

  • latitude: 40.2228
  • longitude: 9.63935
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