THE GULF OF OROSEI
A classic dive in the Gulf of Orosei is at K.T 12 where a German vessel, sunk by the English submarine Safari on June 10th, 1943 lies on a sandy seabed at about 34 m.
Its stem was completely destroyed by one of the three torpedoes that hit the ship, but large parts of the structure and some of the cargo can be easily seen: the stern gun, the two propellers and two self-moving cranes lie on the seabed.
Inside the ship there is part of the equipment and cargo, among which there are different types of fuel. This is an easy dive in open water, but you must be aware of the current, which can plays nasty tricks.