Relitto dell' Angelika

Relitto "ANGELIKA", una motonave cargo di nazionalità greca lungo circa 70 metri che negli anni ‘80 stava attraversando le burrascose acque delle Bocche di Bonifacio quando fu sorpreso da un mare in tempesta - Marco Ciolli
Relitto “ANGELIKA”, una motonave cargo di nazionalità greca lungo circa 70 metri che negli anni ‘80 stava attraversando le burrascose acque delle Bocche di Bonifacio quando fu sorpreso da un mare in tempesta – Marco Ciolli

 

Relitto Angelika Angelika Wreck motonave cargo di nazionalità greca.
This is the “ANGELIKA” wreck, a cargo ship of Greek nationality length of about 70 meters in the ’80 years was crossing the stormy waters of the Strait named Bocche di Bonifacio when he was surprised by a stormy sea. Strait of Bonifacio, the sea area of ​​6 miles that separates Corsica from Sardinia, superb spot for divers due to the wonder of the seabed and the exuberant marine life, but become a “hell” for those sailors that their vessels have to cross . When weather conditions are very bad in fact the risks involved are really high and the violence of the storms sometimes unforgiving.

Relitto "ANGELIKA", una motonave cargo di nazionalità greca lungo circa 70 metri che negli anni ‘80 stava attraversando le burrascose acque delle Bocche di Bonifacio quando fu sorpreso da un mare in tempesta - Marco Ciolli
Relitto “ANGELIKA”, una motonave cargo di nazionalità greca lungo circa 70 metri che negli anni ‘80 stava attraversando le burrascose acque delle Bocche di Bonifacio quando fu sorpreso da un mare in tempesta – Marco Ciolli

 

 The ship has had to hit a rock of the sand banks knows as “Secca della Marmorata“, just opposite the islet of the Marmorata, a few miles from Santa Teresa di Gallura and sank. It seems that the ship was carrying toxic substances, and also why he was denied entry to the port of Santa Teresa di Gallura despite S.O.S The ship, partly outcropping is broken into two parts, and is located at a depth of about 20 meters. The most interesting remains divers can meet them between 14 and 20 meters. Of course as with all wrecks especially we need the utmost attention towards the sheet metal that can cause cuts or wounds.

Author: Marco Ciolli

 

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