Lake Garda with its 346 km / 214 mi width and 145 km / 90 mi long of shoreline, is the largest lake in Italy, offering a wide range of scuba-diving areas. The deepest part of the lake is 28 m / 921 ft below the sea level. Exploring the lake-bed will be astonished by its hidden treasures and the mysterious wrecks.
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Scuba Diving in Elmwood wreck, Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan USA
Among the identified wrecks is the Elmwood wooden fish tug. Yet, no information about her construction and equipment are given. The Elmwood is partially intact and can be found in 6.1-12.2 m /20-40 ft depth of water. She was reported to be entangled in a net from a fisheries research boat and was dragged from 24.4 m/80 ft depth of water to her present location.
Though the bio interest of the area is poor, she is a site even for beginner divers, due to the close access, either from shore or by boat and easy entry to the vessel. Furthermore, the site is suitable for many open water training dives. Attention must be paid, because the area has increased boat traffic.
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