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 Le Natal

France, Mediterranean, Marseille, Roadstead of Marseille

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 43° 5.59' N
Longitude: 5° 17.39' E

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English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

English (Translate this text in English): From Marseille or Cassis harbour.

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 120.0 m / 393.7 ft

Max depth 127.0 m / 416.7 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience Kamikazes/Trimix

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

Dangers

- Depth
- Current
- Boat trafic
- Nets

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

"Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

English (Translate this text in English): "Le Natal" was a liner (130m long) that sunk on 30 aug 1917 due to a collision into another liner "Le Malgache". At that very moment she was sailing under the cover of darkness (and without any light) to avoid been targeted by German U-Boots.

This is an EXTREME Trimix dive, far away from the shore, reserved for the most qualified and trained divers. It has been attempted only a couple of time in the recent years. Moreover it is necessary to have very calm sea conditions.

SHOM ref#18035463
43°05,590N
5°17,390E
WGS84

More information on the book from JP Joncheray "80 epaves a Marseille", Editions GAP, 2004, ISBN:2 74170 290X.

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