Polish rebreather diver found dead - Bremerhaven wreck, Poland

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Nurek z Polski zaginął na wraku Bremerhaven - Nurkowanie Jolly Diver
Today, a diver from Poland disappeared at the wreck of Bremerhaven during the dive. The services of the SAR (Maritime Search and Rescue Service) have been notified, there is still a search for Michał C.

All vessels were notified about the diver's disappearance. Conditions at sea are ideal (flauta), which undoubtedly gives a good chance of finding a diver in case it emerges in the depths and found on the surface of the water.

Diving started just after 12 o'clock. It is known that the dive was carried out on a closed circuit (CCR).

It remains to keep our fingers crossed and hope that this time luck did not leave Michał!

The Bremerhaven wreck is located 16 nautical miles north of Władysławowo. It is over 120 meters long and almost 16 meters wide. It lies at a depth of 66 meters, and the minimum depth above the wreck is about 55 meters.

Sunk in October 1944 by Soviet airplanes Il during the evacuation of German refugees from the east. The word " ship of death " clung to the ship due to the fact that in the years 1940 - 1943 he served as a floating concentration camp.

Update - June 3, 2018

We regret to inform you that the body of Michał Czermiński has been found.

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