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S-57 wreck

  • Diver level:

  • Depth max:

    37 m
  • Visibility:

    to 10m
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This dive site is also known as the S-57 Schnellboot. The German S 57 torpedo boat is one of the most well-known shipwrecks in the Adriatic. It lies off the north coast of the Pelješac Peninsula. One of the main attractions is the ship’s anti-aircraft gun, still intact and with a functional mount. Two torpedo openings are visible on the bow and the bridge is well preserved. The ship’s interior is also visible: the engine room and three engines. The wreck is a national protected site and can only be visited through an authorized dive center.

When To Go Diving

It is possible to dive S 57 year-round, with the most pleasant time during the summer months, when the air temperature is about 27C/80F and the water temperature averages 22-25C/71-77F.

What to see

In this dive site divers can see groupers, sea bass, conger eels, octopuses, forkbeards, rainbow wrasse, sea urchins, scorpionfish, white mullet and striped and white bream.