Marburg: H βαθύτερη ταυτοποίηση ναυαγίου του Β’ Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου στις ελληνικές θάλασσες

Κείμενο και φωτογραφίες: Γιώργος Καρέλας H παρατηρητικότητα του Νίκου Μαυρομμάτη οδήγησε πιθανώς στην ανακάλυψη ενός αμυντικού  όπλου που χρησιμοποίησαν οι Γεμανοί στον Β’ Παγκόσμιο Πόλεμο με σκοπό την εξάλειψη της απειλής των ναρκών. Στο καταδυτικό κέντρο  Aquatic World του Μάκη Σωτηρόπουλου στην Αγία Ευφημία της Κεφαλονιάς τον Ιούνιο η προβολή του video της βαθύτερης ταυτοποίησης […]

Mitsubishi F1M “Pete” and Nakajima B5N2 “Kate” by Andrew Hamilton

By Pierre Kosmidis The Nakajima B5N2 “Kate” in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea  PHOTO: Andrew Hamilton Australian underwater photographer Andrew Hamilton recently shot images of theMitsubishi F1M “Pete” and Nakajima B5N2 “Kate” aircraft wrecks in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea. Kavieng peninsula and airstrip  The Mitsubishi F1M “Pete”in Kavieng, Papua New Guinea  PHOTO: Andrew Hamilton Andrew Hamilton plans to visit […]

Found and identified: Two WW2 wrecks lost since April 1941

By Pierre Kosmidis Photos by Helen Tsopouropoulou, used by permission In the bustling port of Piraeus nowadays, thousands of tourists from all over the world are waiting every day to sail for a holiday to the Aegean islands and dozens of ships of all types are berthed at the docks. Credit Image:  John H Marsh Maritime, […]

Inside a submarine wreck: Aldo Ferrucci’s stunning photos from a WW2 Wreck

By Pierre Kosmidis Located around Cap Camarat, between Cavalaire and Saint Tropez, the wreck of the Rubis is a ‘must dive’ in the Mediterranean Sea. It is a mine launcher submarine that left Toulon in 1931. PHOTOS BY ALDO FERRUCCI Measuring 66m long over 7m wide and 8m high, it could have set 32 mines […]

HMS Regulus: Sunk by a mine off Corfu island, Greece on 12 January 1945

By Pierre Kosmidis Photos: www.aegeantec.gr © Marinos Giourgas and Dimitris Haliasos published under license A Greek scuba diving team visited recently one of the known wrecks off Kerkyra island in Greece. The Algerine class minesweeper HMS Regulus was sunk by a mine on 12 January 1945, with one casualty. According to the Naval History website, HMS Regulus, while on a […]

The WW2 shipwrecks that disappeared: Underwater explorer Kevin Denlay’s interview on the lost fleet of the Pacific – PART 2

By Pierre Kosmidis – August 2017 Photos by Kevin Denlay (unless otherwise noted) Historical Photos: Kevin Denlay Collection READ PART ONE OF KEVIN DENLAY’S UNDERWATER EXPLORATIONS: WW2 Shipwreck exploration by Kevin Denlay: “Going back in time and bringing the ships back to life” – PART 1 Kevin Denlay is a pioneer in underwater exploration and has witnessed […]

Then and Now: Stuka attack on Greek steamer “Macedonia”, April 22, 1941

By Pierre Kosmidis Photos and Research: George Karelas   George Karelas, a respected researcher and deep scuba diver is credited, along with his associates, with some of the most impressive finds related to World War 2 in Greece, including aircraft wrecks, shipwrecks and even the lost panzer division, a deep sea enigma that lasted for […]