Tag: diving

A sea turtle in Vis

By Ewelina

Today, while 3D-scanning the ancient harbour in Vis, we were approached by a very friendly loggerhead turtle. It was a great surprise, as we don’t see sea turtles here very often, especially so close to the shore. The turtle came very close and stayed with us for about 15 min, with a small break for…

Marine life on an ancient wreck, Croatia

By Ewelina

It’s interesting, how different people pay attention to different things during a dive. We may dive all together, but every person has a bit different experience. Wreck diving enthusiasts focus on wrecks and their hidden little “treasures”. Animal lovers notice abundance of life on the site, especially the tiny organisms, which remain hidden for other…

Ancient Roman shipwreck, Croatia

By Mariusz

This ship sank about 2,000 years ago near the small island of Šćedro, and to this day lies almost intact at a depth of 45 meters. This ancient Roman shipwreck is one of the few known well-preserved wrecks from that time, which makes it a unique find. What we can see so far are more…

Maltese patrol boat P31, Malta

By Mariusz

This ship used to be called Pasewalk (GS05). I was built in East Germany between 1968 and 1969 and served in Volksmarine until 1990, when it was disbandedand and later sold to Malta (1992). Maltese Offshore Command of the Maritime Squadron of the Armed Forces of Malta changed the name to P31 and used the…