Ship wrecks

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Giuzeppe Dezza

Giuseppe Dezza

The ship entered the service of the Italian Navy in December 1915 under the name "Pilade Bronzetti" as a modern fast destroyer. It had three tall narrow chimneys, so sailors called it "Three Pipes" from miles or from the mantle.

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Baron Gautsch

Baron Gautsch

Austrian passenger steamship was regularly travelling on the route Trieste – Kotor – Trieste. Its last voyage started from Kotor's harbour in today's Monte Negro heading for Trieste, Italy.

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Hans Schmidt

Hans Schmidt

The cargo ship Hans Schmidt (ex Albireo) carries the name of its last owner from Germany. This cargo steamship got halved into two pieces by a naval mine explosion, in January of 1943.

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Varese

Varese

This Italian merchant steamship sunk in the North Adriatic while carrying cargo from Sfax, Tunisia to Venice, Italy. Due to a heavy storm coming, capitan Carlo Mortola decided to take shelter in Pula's harbour.

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Ribarica 2

Fisherman's boat

This small fisherman's boat sunk in Fažana's channel around 30 to 40 years ago. The boat's name remains unknown.

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Velmon

Velmon

This wreck was found less than a year ago. The ship found is believed to be called Velmon but this has not yet been confirmed. More on that in the near future.

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