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Why do we dive wrecks?
For some it’s just another dive site, some enjoy the fish life that is hard to find on a natural position, some like looking at it from a distance, but there is a group of rust addicts that enjoy the wrecks for their history. For them wrecks have a magic effect on everyday items turning them from trash to artifact. A cracked plate buried in sand will cause as much excitement for those people as shark will for other divers.
Ursus is for those kinds of divers.
B-24 Diving Center along with wreck hunters Dražen Gorički, Leo Lusić and Uroš Jelić documented the wreck of B-24H Liberator "Lady Luck" after another diving team identified it.
Veljano Zanki, owner of B-24 Diving Center, has broken another AIDA national record in Static apnea and taken the Gold medal in both individual and club categories.
Vis island, as close to a tropical paradise you will find in Europe has been covered with a blanket of white fluffy stuff the locals had a hard time identifying.
Underwater shipwreck. On the evening of the 23rd of May 1930 as the shrieking of the wind wove through the village of Saint Bjož a ship’s siren was heard. To...
Gorgons, ugly beasts who turn everyone who sees their snakelike hair into stone might not be the first association once you see the delicate structure and vivid colors of a Sea Fan but we have to remember that they were too once considered more beautiful than the gods who cursed them so no mere mortal could see their beauty and live to tell the tale.