Egle Wreck

This small cargo boat, which was used for the transport of coal, was sank by the Dutch submarine Dolphin during World War II and it is at 33 meters of depth.

The wreck, that lies in sailing trim, has collapsed almost completely but the bow and the poop are still well visible.

Ideal for dives with Nitrox, the Egle hosts a nice marine life.

The top of the beacon is a good reference for the diving procedures also in moments of unfavourable current, facilitating descent and the ascent.

The reduced dimensions of the Egle are ideal for a dive with no compulsory deco stops or for the training of technical courses.