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 Douglas C 47 A Dakota airplane wreck

Turkey, Aegean, Bodrum

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 36° 59.226' N
Longitude: 27° 26.072' E

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How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Pacoz Bay

Average depth 25 m / 82 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Poor

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Dive type

- Wreck

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English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

English (Translate this text in English): It’s an out sorted C 47 A Dakota from the Turkish Air Force, intentionally sunken on 1st of July 2008 for scuba diving.
Overall length is 19,57m with a span of 28,96m, equipped with two Pratt&Whitney R-1830-93 engines. Originally it was mostly used for transport of paratroops.

Originally located in shallower waters, by the storms and currents of the last winters, meanwhile the wreck is broken apart and it glided down to its present depth. According to Turkish diving laws the minimum diver qualification for this depth is CMAS**/AOWD.
Meanwhile I don’t recommend diving inside any more, because of the instable structure and a lot of stuff dangling around. Also entering is not necessary because everything of interest can be seen from outside.

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