Project Britannic 1997:
The 260m long vessel (sister ship of the Titanic, but bigger by about 10%) served as a hospital ship during WWI. It sunk 2 miles off the coast of Kea (or Tzia) in Greece during its trip from England, to the island of Lemnos. The cause of her sinking is not known with certainty: She either struck a mine or was torpedoed. She is lying, nearly intact, on her starboard side at a depth of 120m, regarded to be the best technical dive wreck in the world. We organised the first modern dive project of the Britannic in November 1997 (Jacques Yves Cousteau dived before us in the 70’s). Read more Hospital Ship Britannic.