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SS BARON GAUTSCH

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Niels Struijk

15-9-18

Hele gave duik gemaakt op de Baron Gautsch echt een aanrader voor iedereen die in KroatiĆ« …

13 m Visibility
18 °C - m

The Baron Gautsch was a famous steamship, which ran on a mine in 1914 in the Adriatic Sea near Rovinj and sank. Now it's protected national heritage and only accessible to divers through authorized dive centers. The ship stands upright on the sandy bottom at a depth between 28 and 40 meters. A dive on the Baron Gautsch is an unforgettable experience.

Particulars

Type: Passenger ship. Engine: Steamship. Year of construction: 1908. Tonnage: 2069 tons. Length: 84.55 m. Width: 11.64 m. Builder: Gourlay Brothers. Shipyard: Dundee, United Kingdom. Date of sinking: August 13, 1914. Speed: 17 knots. Capacity: 300, passengers and 64 crew, total: 364.

Warnings

The Baron Gautsch is protected national heritage and only accessible to divers through authorized dive centers.

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SS BARON GAUTSCH Features

Nicknames
Baron Gautsch
Address
Adriatic Sea
Parking
At charter
Distance
40 min.
Suitable for
Advanced divers
Permit
Special permit of the Croatian Ministry of Culture
Access
Free access
Facilities
Boat dive facilities
Water
Salt
Kind of dive
Boat dive / wreck dive
Current
Limited
Visibility
5 - 10 m.
Average visibility
7 m.
Depth
40 m.
Bottom
sand
Life
Bath sponge, scorpionfish, cod, lobster
Other recreation
None

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