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 Rodina wreck

Bulgaria

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 42° 24.03' N
Longitude: 27° 46.98' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

English (Translate this text in English): Burgas

How? By boat

Distance Good boat time (< 30min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 35 m / 114.8 ft

Max depth 40 m / 131.2 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Low ( < 5 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS ** / AOW

Bio interest None

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Dive type

- Wreck

Dive site activities

- Photography

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- Boat trafic

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

English (Translate this text in English): A Bulgarian ship, launched at sea in 1922.
Displacement - 4159 GT.

On Sept 19, 1941 „Rodina” was sailing full of load from Istanbul to Varna. It was guarded by two Bulgarian mine-layers. In the region of Burgas, it came across two mines and sank very quickly. Three people died. The crews of the mine-layers saved 37 people.

The depth is between 33 - 40 meters. The height which „Rodina” reaches from the bottom is 14.5 meters. There is free access to the superstructure and holds, which are empty.
The vessel is intact and is a place of great interest to the experienced scuba divers.

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