Scuba diving in Tihany wreck

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Average: 33 m
Maximum: 33 m
Average: not available
Maximum: not available
Tihany is a cargo steam ship that sank in 1912 when it ran aground near the isle of Skoljic while entering the port of Unije. The vessel is 60m/196ft long and lies at the depth of 33m/108ft. In its immediate vicinity the remains of ancient ceramics can also be seen, pointing to the fact that this location has been a danger to ships for millennia, and that many other vessels went down at this location.

When to go

The surface water temperature varies between 9C/48F in March and 26C/78F in July and August. The best time to go is from May to September.

What to see

The ship’s timbers are completely decayed making it possible to inspect the interior.

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