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 Wreck Teti

Croatia, South adriatic, Vis Island

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

GPS History (3)

Latitude: 43° 3.179' N
Longitude: 16° 2.366' E

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 Access

How? By boat

Distance Long boat time (> 30min)

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Mali Barjak, ex ACOREANO, ex BIRKELUND, ex CAIALA, ex MAGNA, ex UDSIRE, ex ARCHIDUC RODOLPHE

Average depth 8 m / 26.2 ft

Max depth 34 m / 111.5 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Great

Experience All divers

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Night dive
- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

English (Translate this text in English): TETI was built in 1883 in Hoboken-USA by John Cockerill Shipyard. She was 72m long, 8m wide with 963 BRT. On the 23rd May 1930 she hit the island of Mali Barjak with a cargo of paving stones due to a navigation mistake. The entire bow is smashed by the waves but the stern is still intact and offers great photo opportunities.

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Wreck Teti
By DenisT
Oct 1, 2002
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Trip: Ile de Vis (Croatie)
By DenisT
From Sep 29, 2002 to Oct 6, 2002

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