WRECK OF THE SLUPSK SHOAL 2010

WRECK OF THE SLUPSK SHOAL 2010

Those who doubt whether it is worth diving in the Baltic sea, should necessarily visit the wrecks of the Słups Shoal, the water often has here 20-30 m of clarity away, the bottom is pure, hard sand. The wrecks are rarely visited and already at 30 -40 m, really beautiful specimens can be seen.

A few pictures are below.

The so-called Papierowiec is a big sea barge without its own drive. It lies at 42 m loaded with a printing house equipment.

Here is a roller for the printing machine:

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bales of paper

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Old industrial scales

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“Chests of gold” – in reality, dismantled printing machines

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Stern

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Another wreck is an overturned steamboat

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Remains of a telegraph at the bottom

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In the superstructure, a beautiful steering wheel

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Other items are: a small steamboat, remains of a plane, a large freight ship at 17 m of where we stayed for the night and a wreck of a small unit, where Grzegorz Dominik died.

We dived from NITROX.

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in the group consisting of:

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Marek Cacaj

Łukasz Borsch

Łukasz Piorewicz

Paweł Jagielski

Tomek Stachura

Again, I had the opportunity to dive at these wrecks

This time, I dived on Papierowiec with a camera and a stand

the wreck lies at 42 meters, so it there is a lot of duskiness

the eyes get accustomed only after a few minutes

However, the camera sees it in a slightly different way 😉

Below, there is a result – a photo with a few-second irradiation time:

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A here is the same shot with and without the divers;-)
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Shot with the scales

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A here is the same place in “normal” lighting

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I do not know whether you like this way of showing the wrecks

They look surely “less gruesome”, as if they sank at the beach 😉

After this diving we went to a different position, which did not work a month ago, this time we went with the Nitrox around the given place, and after 40 minutes we reached the wreck

This is what we saw at the bottom:

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At the depth of 29 m laid an old steamboat, the part from the superstructure to the bow was heavily sunk, but the rest, and especially the beautiful steering wheel, made a pleasant impression

The next diving (as usual on the Baltic), had to be cancelled due to the weather 😉

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