Wrecks: Varese (13)

The Italian merchant steamship Varese sank in 1915 while transporting cargo from Trieste to Tunisia. Because of stormy weather in the northern Adriatic, the captain decided to seek refuge in the port of Pula. Sailing towards the harbour, the ship struck a mine that destroyed the prow, causing the ship to sink to the spot it is located today. It is possible to dive inside the wreck, which is quite wide and safe in its entire length.

Sea depth: 42-43 m
Greatest depth: 42 m
Smallest depth: 33 m
Length: 60 m
Width: 9 m

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Diving centres: Triton Diving

Diving Centre

Diving centres: Morski Puz Diving Rovinj


Diving Rabac


Diving centres: RC Girandella Diving