Diving in the Baltic Sea
Offering you unforgettable wreck diving trips on
the Baltic Sea – the Gulf of Gdańsk and the
zone from Hel to Łeba.
The Baltic Sea, and in particular
the Gulf of Gdańsk, is a unique body of water due,
in part, to the unusually high number of wrecks
laying on the bottom. Stormy old times and the multitude
of war operations has left behind hundreds of sunken
vessels at the bottom of Baltic.
Remarkably, the majority of wrecks have either not
yet been discovered or very little is known about
them. They are laying at the full scope of depths
from shallow, 2-3 m (such as The Kujawiak),
to unexplored depths of over 90m. Many wrecks
are known only from sonar graphs.
from the 17th century have been perfectly
preserved due to the Baltic Sea's low salinity levels
and an oxygen-less environment. The ocean floor also
bears witness to many tragedies suffered by German
refugees during World War II, such as the
freighters Wilhelm Gustloff, General von Steuben
and Goya, which were sunk by Russian submarines.