Cesare Rossarol


port, place of departure:                              Pula,

depth above the wreck:                               44 m,

depth at the bottom:                                   50 m,

level of diver training:                                  technical,

diving type:                                                wreck,

diving period:                                             whole year. Season june-september,

visibility max:                                            30 m ,

water temperature:                                    11-24 °C,

available from:                                           boat,

currents:                                                   occurs,

warnings:                                                  none.

Wreck description:

Cesare Rossarol is 85 meters Italian reconnaissance cruiser built in 1913 in Sestri Ponente. It sank as a result of hitting a mine after the end of World War I, on November 16, 1918. The explosion caused tearing the ship into two parts, as well as destroyed the part of hull. The front part of this wreck lies inverted – it is possible to notice the preserved ammunition. It is worthwhile to explore Cesare Rossarol in order to see preserved propellers, scaffolding of the tower and stern distant from the rest. Well also preserved reins and guns. The ship is covered by sea deposit, algae and mussels. There are lobsters and sea eels.

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