ORP Slazak- small submarine type M-XV- bis. Used in the Baltic fleet in 1948-1954. Then in november 1954 transported to Poland. Unexplained cause of sinking.
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54° 39' 10.2" N , 18° 38' 46.4" E
Depth above the wreck: 25m
Depth at the bottom: 31m
Small submarine type M-XV-bis, built in ZSRR and used in the Baltic fleet in 1948-1954. Then in november 1954 transported to Poland. Decommissioned in the early 60. After it trasferred to 41 Rescue Squadrom, planned to be used for practise purpuses as "PN-01". Firstly known as M-103, then P-103 and 304. Unexplained cause of sinking.
Draft 2,6m (bow) 2,8m (stern)
Displacement 283/353 t
2 Diesel engines type 11-D power 882 kW (1200 HP)
2 electric motors type PG-17 power 321 kW (436 HP)
on surface 15,7 knots
in draft 7,8 knots
range 3000 Nm with 8 knots
in draft 90 Nm
crew 31 people
Gun 45 mm, removed in 1958/59
4 torpedo tubes 533
The wreck lays ideally on it's keel on 30m. Firmly burried with sand. On it's right side there is a superstructure and an oval, metal object. The wreck is well preserved, with no major demage plating.
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