Until two years ago, divers who would come to Murter had nothing to offer except the magical beauties of the underwater world. Milan Colić and its divers at the Diving Center Tramonto say that the local depths are becoming more demanding for demanding divers and marine explorers.
“Until recently, they dived only on the underwater walls, amazed by intact natural beauty, rocks, flora and fauna. It has two years to apply it and diving here becomes all the more exciting and exciting – says Colić.
It is about shipwrecks that were unknown to the time or known only in the most extensive part of the public. It was discovered by Francesca de Rimini, the full load of mine sunk in 1944, the Gladijator F98 was shot down in 1941, the Junker JU 87 aircraft “Ptuk” sunk in 1941 and Borak, a cargo ship sunk by the stormy south of 1999, became the main destination for diving expeditions from the island.
“I was a kid when Borak was sunk. Everyone was talking about it, and we kids in Tisno watched as the sea breeze carries the palette with it – says Colić who drives the divers today to the wreck of Borka.
These are wolves positioned at depths of over 45 meters, which was why they were not wasted and why it was so long to be found. Colić makes it clear that he and the team of Tramonta Fashion are still on the sidelines of such a significant discovery.
“We have information and a possible position of another sunken warship in a position close to the island of Murter, but for now it is too early to talk about what it is. It is a wreck from the First or Second World War that is at a greater depth and we are only preparing for more serious dives. We will try to identify it, and only when we can talk about some discovery, “says Colić, not wanting to find out at this stage.