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Wrecks: Argo (21)

In 1948, the Argo set sail for Rijeka from Venice with a cargo of tomatoes. The ship hit a mine left over from World War II. A strong explosion ripped the vessel in two just behind the commanding bridge. The prow and the stern lie some 50 m apart. Both parts are in an upright position, only slightly sunken in mud. Parts of the ship and ship equipment can be seen strewn between the prow and the stern. Both anchors are still in place.

Sea depth: 46-49 m
Greatest depth: 48 m
Smallest depth: 40 m
Length: 50 m
Width: 8,3 m

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