Wrecks: Cesare Rossarol (20)

The Italian destroyer was built in Genoa in 1913, launched one year later, and met its fate in 1918. When the end of the war was declared, the ship left Pula-Pola for Rijeka. About 2 nautical miles from Ližnjana, it struck a mine that tore it in two. The larger fore part is capsized and located towards the north, with a breach in the hull through which you can see bombshells. The stern part, about 30 m long, lies some 300 m to the south in an upright position.

Sea depth: 48-50 m
Greatest depth: 50/48 m
Smallest depth: 42/40 m
Length: 40/25 m
Width: 8/8 m

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