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A submarine U82 has been sank by the Germans in WWII in deep waters near beach town Stoja.
|Name Dive Site:||Submarine U-82|
|Depth: ||35-38m (114-124ft)|
|Visibility: ||5-12m (16-39ft)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||istradiving|
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The submarine U82 was sunk at the end of the Second World War near the bathing-place Stoja. It is supposed to be one of the seven German submarines, which they have sunk just before the end of the war to prevent sensitive information to come into the wrong hands. Its size is 26 meters long and 6 meters scuttled in waters deeper than 30 meters so only for advanced divers. Diving on the submarine is quite easy and simple, what enables diving for the less experienced divers under the escort of more experienced scuba divers.
The submarine is not complete, only its stern has been found. The stern is opened and it can be seen, as well as two diesel engines. Diving is possible in a bad weather conditions, because of its proximity to the coast. Also, there are remains of the bomb-shell and openings for the air on the submarine. The visibility is often reduced to 10 meter because of the sandy bottom and underwater streams.
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