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Research vessel R/V IMOR found a new wreck.
Vessels crew which belongs to Maritime Institute in Gdańsk found an interesting wreck on the bottom of Baltic sea. From first results we know that the wreck is really interesting it sunken during I World War. Polish scientists got on first trace of the wreck by clear indications which were gathered by the magnetometer. Next research’s confirmed that it’s an sunken wreck. Till know we know that the localized vessel might be an two funneled, steel steam ship from 1864. Thanks to soviet charts from I World War, it can be assumed, that the 60m vessel was a victim of an dam-term. Spring nearly right there and in the Baltic sea more interesting place we can find. Lots of them are waiting for divers, others slowly show their secrets. Still nothing is on the way, after the exploration conducted by an suitable institute, for them to be available for all. Other way’s its interesting to know what’s hidden behind the new founds?