Areamare Diving Center/25566

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This dive does not exceed 18 meters, and it has all the charm that each wreck has.

The Angelika wreck is undoubtedly one of the most popular dive spots we have. Built in 1967 and owned by a Greek company, it transported more than 4,000 tons of potassium chloride from Barcelona to Marghera.


On September 26, 1982, he ran aground on the rocks of Marmorata, near S. Teresa di Gallura. It was thought that his quick release, but it was not the case, not even the tugs had managed ...


In the months following the recovery of pollutants, a storm broke it and sank.

Today, the wreck appears unrecognizable, fragments of sheet metal are scattered here and there, the rear area is placed on the left side with the terminals in their place. In good condition, the back castle is the external staircase leading to the upper deck. From the portholes, you can see the interior.

The light games on offer are always very beautiful. Colonized today by sponges, seaweeds that provide shelter for groups of sea bream, salps and many other fish.