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Scottish schooner - sank in 1867. The ship sank as a result of leaks in the hold, where was carrying grain. When she got to hold the water, caused the swelling of cereals and tearing of the hull

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54° 57' 47.6" N , 15° 7' 2.7" E

2015-02-20 07:27

Depth above the wreck: 40m

Depth at the bottom: 42m

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Diving on the wreck requires special permission issued by the organizer diving Maritime Authority.

foto: Leszek Legat

DESCRIPTION
Scottish schooner - sank in 1867. The ship sank as a result of leaks in the hold, where was carrying grain. When she got to hold the water, caused the swelling of cereals and tearing of the hull. There is no definitive evidence that this is the wreck of the ADA, but all indications including the location of the cause that you are likely to determine the name of the wreck.

DIVING DESCRIPTION
The wreck is quite extensive and despite heavily damaged the hull, you can still admire the wooden parts of the ship.

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