Touring the Baron Gautsch is best started at the stern, across the upper deck towards the bow. After viewing the outside of the ship, you will get a very pleasant feeling of staying in the wreck, while going to the upper deck where the steel skeleton is left.
Swarms of snout bream, dwarf codfish, laxative fish, monk fish as well as scorpion fish, sea bream, colourful crabs, various corals.
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