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Underwater Photo Location: SCOPELLO- SICILY

Underwater Photo Location: SCOPELLO- SICILY

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There are some diving centers in the zone.
Facts about SCOPELLO- SICILY
  • It is in Italy
  • SCOPELLO- SICILY is in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.




by Alberto Romeo
1980's I and my team discovering the Capua ship sunked about 40 m. by a British torpedo near Palermo - Sicily. during II W.W.

by Alberto Romeo
The funnel of " Capua" wreck. In 1980's I and my team discovered many wreks, this is sunken during 2° W.W. by torpaedos of english submarinerin in nord/west coast of Sicily in about 40 m. deep.

by Alberto Romeo
Exploring the wreck of " Capua". In 1980's I and my team discovered many wreks, this is sunken during 2° W.W. by torpaedos of english submarinerin in nord/west coast of Sicily in about 40 m. deep.

by Alberto Romeo
Divers on the stern exploring the wreck of " Capua". In 1980's I and my team discovered many wreks, this is sunken during 2° W.W. by torpaedos of english submarinerin in nord/west coast of Sicily in about 40 m. deep.

by Alberto Romeo
My buddy behind a porthole of " Capua" wreck. In 1980's I and my team discovered many wreks, this is sunken during 2° W.W. by torpaedos of english submarinerin in nord/west coast of Sicily in about 40 m. deep.

by Alberto Romeo
Deco-stop after deep diving on Capua wreck in early 1980's.

by Alberto Romeo
Exploring the wreck of " Capua" in Nord-West of Sicily island in 1980's.

by Alberto Romeo
Exploring the wreck of "Capua", about -40 m. deep

by Ferdinando Meli
Infrared image of Scopello's gulf.

by Marco Bartolomucci
Capua WWII Wreck
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