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Underwater Photo Location: Umbria Wreck - Sudan

Underwater Photo Location: Umbria Wreck - Sudan

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Another very interesting point is the wreck of Umbria, ship sunk by the Italians just learned into war in our country, on the reef Wingate, a "monster" of 160 metres lying on the left side, make available all its Internal with an exhilarating journey through time, between holds many many weapons, tools and means of transport. A true good for lovers of wrecks, as well as photos of the environment and even the macro.
Facts about Umbria Wreck - Sudan
  • It is in Sudan
  • Umbria Wreck - Sudan is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwreck

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by Alberto D'este
Nudibranch (Chromodoris) on the wreck of Umbria, the Italian ship sunk by its captain to entry into the war. Open the door and water inside and holds of the ship, 160 metersi, has on a left side.

by Alberto D'este
Umbria wreck, italian navy.

by Steve Laycock
Fiat on the wreck of the Umbria - Sudan.

by Steve Laycock
Welcome on board the Umbria - oneof the best wrecks to dive in the world

by Steve Laycock
Bombs on the Umbria , Sudan

by Alberto Romeo
The famous wreck of "Umbria" in sudanese Red Sea, interpreted with neon filter.

by Raffaele Livornese
Umbria wreck
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