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 Ex-HMAS Hobart

Australia, SA, Adelaide

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 35° 28.269' S
Longitude: 138° 9.198' E

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English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


English (Translate this text in English): ex-HMAS Hobart is a boat dive, boat normally leave from Wirrina Cove ramp which is 4.2 miles from the wreck.

Activities in the vicinity of the ex-HMAS Hobart wreck are legislated under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981. A protected Zone has been established and a permit is required to enter within 550m of the site.

More information can be found at www.exhmashobart.com.au


How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 15 m / 49.2 ft

Max depth 30 m / 98.4 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Night dive
- Dive training
- Photography

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- Current

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

English (Translate this text in English): Ex-HMAS Hobart (D39) was a Perth class guided missile destroyer of the Royal Australian Navy. It was decommissioned in May 2000 and sunk as a dive wreck on 5 November 2002.

She now sits level on the sand at 30m with the main deck at approximately 15m. Before being sunk the ship was extensively prepared as a dive site with many hole cut into the side allowing light to enter and providing views into the wreck from the outside.

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