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Francesca di Rimini (Wreck)

Francesca di Rimini was an ammunition/cargo ship that sunk during the 2nd World War. The wreck is overgrown with sponges and soft corals. The ship is under protection and Najada diving has the license to dive this wreck.

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Kaprije

Approaching Kaprije Island the same direction you would to Francesca, on the west side you will see a small cape marking the anchor area for this dive site. Under a small platform at a moderate depth you will find soft corals and colorful sponges, ideal for beginners and for a great second dive.

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This dive starts south of a small rock next to Kablinac. After some fin-strokes above sea grass you reach a sandy plateau. The wall starts next to it in approximately 20-25 m of water. The wall goes around the island from SW to SE. Follow it with your right shoulder and you will find yellow gorgonians, to your left you will find red ones.

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The lightfire of Kamicac is opposite to Slanica Beach. Anchor in the shallow part in the NE corner of the island, as close as possible to the drop-off.

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Samograd is the most southern island of the Kornati. In front of the island a wall can be found that travels from south to north. You can see red fan corals starting at 22 meters deep. Pay a visit to the small plateau in 33m where lobsters can be found.

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Ljuta

Approach from the west until you see the drop off on the boat’s sonar. The north side of the wall has amphora and parts of old tubes. The wall is covered with yellow gorgonians. A perfect 2nd dive after diving Stuka.

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Visovac

Leaving Murter, toward the west, Visovac is the first island you will see. Look for a white cubic stone on the east side and anchor in front of this stone. The dive site covers an area of approximately 100m x 100m and is nicely structured.

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Bacvica

Behind the island of Samograd you will find a small rock protruding just above the water level. A wall running from NW to SE offers you an underwater landscape with two amazing gorgonian walls.

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The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka (from Sturzkampfflugzeug, “dive bomber“) was a two-man (pilot and rear gunner) German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft. The plane is almost undamaged and lies upright at 25-27m.

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In February 2018, a ferry boat collapsed with Plavi Jadran, which sank immediately. All crew members were able to save themselves. It lies at 20m and can therefore be dived by beginners.

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