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 Peltastis Wreck

Croatia, North adriatic, Kvarner

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 45° 9.637' N
Longitude: 14° 38.831' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

English (Translate this text in English): Boat dives to the wreck are provided by a dive center; boat ride is approximately 10 minutes.

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Peltastis, The Greek, ex ALSTERPARK

Average depth 7 m / 23 ft

Max depth 33 m / 108.3 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Medium ( 5 - 10 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Dive training
- Photography

Dangers

- Depth
- Dangerous species

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

English (Translate this text in English): The "Peltastis" sank in 1968 and is known locally as the "GRK"(the Greek). The shipwreck is in excellent condition and still in one piece. She lies in an upright position with the tip of the foremast only 7 meters underwater. The wreck is 60 meters in length, lying in a maximum depth of 32 meters. More experienced divers can pass through the command bridge and cargo holds. The foredeck starts at a depth of +/- 18m andwhen moving towards the aft deck, depth increases to +/- 25m. The prop lies in the sand at 32 meters. There are large schools of fish present, including an abundance of scorpion fish on the wreck.

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Peltastis Wreck
By dive_bernie
Jun 2, 2013
Peltastis -
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Peltastis Wreck
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Apr 11, 2009
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Peltastis Wreck
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Apr 11, 2009
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Peltastis Wreck
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Apr 11, 2009
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Peltastis Wreck
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Apr 11, 2009
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By woland , 24-02-2009

Video of wreck Peltastis - It is a nice site. You can see it for yourself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fPz4pBJLILo

By divecity , 14-12-2007

- "Dive City", located in the town of "Crikvenica" which is 35km away from the city of Rijeka, can bring you there.

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